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MR.DIY reaches 500-store milestone in the Philippines

The brand was first launched in the country with its inaugural store in Balagtas, Bulacan.

Malaysian home improvement retailer Mr DIY has opened its 500th store in the Philippines

Located in Panglao, the branch is also the largest amongst the five stores in Bohol.

Since opening its first branch in the country in 2018, the brand has rapidly expanded its store footprint, serving consumer needs with its catalogue of 18,000 types of products and extensive employment opportunities.

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MR.DIY has also partnered with major retailers and mall owners, serving as a mini anchor tenant for shopping centres, such as Ayala Malls, SM City Malls, Puregold Supermarkets, and other freestanding stores.

“We started with a vision, and today, we are not just a retail brand but an integral part of the communities we serve. MR.DIY is not just about growth; it's about giving every Filipino family an affordable means to improve their lifestyle,” Roselle Andaya, CEO of MR.DIY Philippines, said.

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