NOT all books come with stories, some contains special offers and deals from your favorite business establishments in the metro.
First to introduce this concept in the country is iSaver.
It is a book that contains multiple “buy one, get one deals” perfect for experiencing what Davao City has to offer to both locals and tourists alike.
“The iSaver book has around 50 merchant partners. These are restaurants, cafes, spa and wellness, hotels, and recreations and activities in the city,” Grace Lumapas, co-founder of iSaver, said in an interview with Sun.Star Davao.
She shared the concept has been existing in Dubai and other foreign countries for years.
“We worked for 15 years in Dubai and when we (with her husband) decided to settle back here in the Philippines we thought of bringing the concept here and for almost two years, we did the ground works, we spoke to different merchants introducing this concept and we are happy that they gladly accept it,” she added.
Some of its partner merchants are Café Firenzo, Hyperbola, Altitude, Max’s Restaurant, Bulgogi, ALU Hotel and D’Leonor Hotel, Balik Bukid, Elysia Spa, and more.
The book which is sold at P999 can be used for one year (until November 30, 2018). It is available at its office in Matina, Davao City (fronting UM Matina campus) and in some selected partner establishments.
“By buying this book, you can enjoy while saving as much as P60,000,” Lumapas said.
“Our goal is to serve as the bridge for merchants and customers, it will bring in more customers to the merchants. It is basically to help boost the businesses in Davao. I hope every Dabawenyo will get to know that iSaver is here, we can actually get to explore more what the city can offer while not necessarily breaking our pockets,” she added.
For the coming years, iSaver Group Corporations eyes to add more merchants.
For more info, check iSaver social media accounts or call (082) 286 – 0474.
Published in the SunStar Davao newspaper on January 20, 2018.
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