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EFG branches prepare special packages for Valentine’s Day

The Pizza Company Special
The Pizza Company Special. Vireak Mai

EFG branches prepare special packages for Valentine’s Day

Across Phnom Penh, EFG Company’s five brands which include Pizza Company, Swensen’s, BBQ Chicken, Dairy Queen and Costa Coffee will celebrate Valentine’s Day with discounted specials and free gifts.

Mr Va Rothmony, marketing manager of EFG, said that the company has prepared food, beverages, roses and balloons for the customers who come to eat and place orders on Valentine’s Day this year.

“For food at the Pizza Company branches, we have a prepared a set named Jumbo Puff Pizza, which includes a medium sized pizza, four chicken wings, and spaghetti with a spicy hotdog. It also comes with two glasses of berry rose soda and a heart shape chocolate cake. And what can’t be ignored is the rose and balloon,” said Rothmony. “This will make our customers feel happier than on a normal day.”

“This food set is only $16.90. We offer it only on 13th and 14th February,” he said.

The two glasses of berry rose soda are made with fresh slices of fruit and a hearted shaped strawberry.

“It has a good smell, and our experts will put a heart shaped strawberry in the drink as well. It represents love,” said Rothmony.

At EFG’s famous Costa Coffee branches, the company has organised a place for photos to be taken and immediately printed for their customers on Valentine’s Day.

Ms. Lika, senior staff of EFG, said that “all Swensen’s branches have activities planned to entertain our customers including our strawberry jelly sundae, a perfect combination for the season of love.”

“Swensen’s will give away roses to customers who dine in, and we will provide props for customers to take photos with their loved ones,” Lika said. “On Valentine’s Day we will also have a lucky draw for a chance to win prizes that include a cake voucher, strawberry jelly delight voucher, a free bowling game, and a movie ticket.”


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