There are so many reasons and occasions — big and small — to treat yourself and your family to sweet, delightful treats: birthdays, anniversaries, fun family moments or to simply give in to that irresistible craving. And no one understands this better than Red Ribbon, which has been very much a part of many a special moment or family celebration through the years.
In light of these totally different times, Red Ribbon understands the needs of customers —not only among those working from home but also those working on site or in their respective – by seeking new avenues to make their well-loved products available in safe and convenient ways. Thus, Red Ribbon introduces its new call and pick up service, allowing customers to easily place orders in advance, skip the line, and pick up their orders hassle-free! Customers can choose to either pick it up from the store or at the curbside.
“The safety and convenience of our customers have always been a top priority at Red Ribbon – even more so now during these challenging times,” says Kent Mariano, Red Ribbon Marketing Head. “Underscoring this commitment, we constantly explore ways to provide relevant services in order for our customers to enjoy our products in the safest and most convenient means possible.”
Customers can visit the brand’s corporate website https://stores.jfc.com.ph/redribbon.php to find the Red Ribbon branch nearest them that offers Call & Pick Up service. From there, they can proceed to calling the branch of their choice, to inquire about products available, and to finally place their orders and to advise time of pick-up. Customers also specify if they prefer curbside pick-up or in-store pick-up—it’s that simple!
Do keep in mind that for in-store pick-up, customers go straight to a designated dispatching counter for their transactions and that cash, credit or debit card, and HappyPlus are accepted. For curbside pick-up meanwhile, only cash is accepted but through a contactless procedure, and a designated claiming area outside the branch is provided. Furthermore, the ordered products are placed in the car’s backseat for minimal contact and added safety.
Check out the Team Kramer video that talks about Cheska and Doug’s experience with Red Ribbon’s Call & Pick Up service: https://www.facebook.com/TeamKramerFive/videos/1748340038666396/
So, the next time you find yourself outside your home, get your Red Ribbon favorites through their Call & Pick Up service. Check out the list of stores and their respective contact numbers at https://stores.jfc.com.ph/redribbon.php. Note that the menu varies per store.
11 thoughts on “Skip the Line with Red Ribbon’s Call & Pick Up Service”
Wow this is good news po mamu, bukod sa hassle free po sya napaka convenient po at safe at the same time. No need na po pumila ng matagal Kaya it will save our time too. Whenever we crave for a Red Ribbon cakes tatawag lang po tayo sa Pinaka malapit na branch and then, for pick na po sya.? Good job to Red Ribbon because the safety of their customers is their first priority. ?
Wow super nice naman ng ginawa nk rrd ribbon talaga hindi na mahihirapan ang mga customer nila
Good news ito Hindi mo na kailangan mag antay sa store ❤️
Less hassle at mas more convinient na po ang pag bili ng cake kay Red Ribbon dahil po sa call and pick up delivery nila..
Wow , ang ganda ng ginawang ito ng Red Ribbon mas magiging panatag na ang customers nila 🙂 .Less hassle and more convenient
Thanks Red Ribbon Mas mapapabilis na ang pagbili NG cake ?. Good News ito sa mga Nanay na tulad ko.
the best idea ito ng red ribbon less hassle pumila pra bumili ng cake call and pick up Nice .
Nice Red ribbon magandang tactics and for the safety na din ng mga tao. Good jod and well ✅??
Maganda ang ganitong services ni Red Ribbon. Ngayon pa na malapit na ang Pasko at marami ang nagbibirthday ngayon.
Yay favorite cake namin to red ribbon mas mabilis na access na to order perfect ngayon nalalapit na ang christmas seasons.
Wow bongga ng Red Ribbon eto oo tlga mas ok para tlga hassle free po ska mas maganda ung ganto iwas n maxado sa kakalabas. Nice?