Fisher Mall to produce happiest customers in mid-November this year
April 10, 2013 10:49 pm
MANILA, April 10 — Happiness in a hotel-like ambience awaits customers when the newest shopping destination, Fisher Mall, opens before year end.
Paul del Rosario, president of Mallers Management Corporation (MMC), said their family-run mall development project was designed to provide modern shoppers with comfort and convenience to ensure a pleasurable shopping experience from ground level all the way to its top floor.
He said the 5-story Fisher Mall features five shopping levels offering top brands in fashion, dining and entertainment and hotel-like facilities for utmost customer satisfaction.
Younger brother, Ray, also MMC president, said Fisher Mall will provide more convenience with a supermarket which will be open at 7:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m., offering a fresher choice of fishery and agricultural products.
Ray said the mall’s top of the line 2,400-square-meter gaming arcade with a laser tag is touted as the country’s biggest so far.
He added Fisher Mall’s five digital but 1920s inspired movie houses “will take you back in time.”
Their father and Mallers chairman Roberto del Rosario said their investment in Fisher Mall cost at least P3 billion which will provide close to a thousand jobs when it opens in November.
He said the mall’s target opening is on the second week of November where customers will be offered the best option in malling for individuals and the family.
”Our target is to uplift the lives of our customers with hotel-like amenities and facilities. We want this to be a happy mall. This means Class A experience for our target B and C markets. Class A ambiance but they pay less,” he said.
He added they will provide the best airconditioning unit backed by a 120-percent capacity generator set that will guarantee no brownout, away from the fear of being stuck in an elevator.
The patriarch started the family’s fishing business with one wooden boat in 1975 and has since turned their Irma Fishing Inc. venture into a success.
In the first quarter of 2015, Del Rosario said they are also planning to open another Fisher Mall in Malabon City to share back to the community in Malabon and Navotas City the newest personal shopping experience.
The family’s next venture, he said, is a possible mall annex or a 15-floor hotel/condotel beside Fisher Mall in Quezon Avenue likely in 2015-2016. (PNA)