Looking at the replica of a menu in front of my table, makes me amaze of how long has this restaurant been around in the country. When a whole chicken is worth only Php 6.00, then it says it all. Max’s Restaurant, one of the most successful homegrown restaurant businesses in the country continues to thrive after 70 years in the business.
Many have grown to know the restaurant as a venue for casual dining, professional meeting and even social gatherings.
During Max’s Restaurant two-day marketing meet dubbed as “2 Days in September,” Max’s Restaurant showed to its staff and even the media of what has become of Max’s and what it is about to do in the near future.
With host-actress Iya Villania-Arellano Max’s executives awarded a special recognition to the Quezon City Circle branch for meeting the challenge of first to get Php 1-Million-Pesos worth of deliveries in two months.
This is just one key indication of how Max’s Restaurant is setting its score outside of its restaurants.
Capping their marketing meet, Max’s Restaurant executives ushered the new line of its delivery services as Max’s Restaurant reboots the look of their delivery crew.
Less of the red uniform, and more of the checkered black and light grey, similar to their dine-in restaurant crews, only with caps and helmets.
The chicken restaurant’s board of directors, directors and staff welcome the new uniform as a marker for their marketing summit. With its launch, people will be seeing more of the rebooted 7-9000 Max’s delivery people.
Alongside with the its new uniform, Max’s Restaurant also showed the new jingle of the restaurant to its staff for the first time with True Faith singing the jingle.
It seems like Max’s Restaurant is not slowing down as it takes on delivery services in full throttle. I guess we will be seeing more of those checkered guys roaming the streets and delivering Max’s Restaurant goodies.
If you’re ordering and want to check their new uniforms, all you to do is dial 7-9000 for Max’s Restaurant delivery in the Metro Manila area.
Let me know what you think.