IN PHOTOS: Sneak peek at the first LEGO certified store in PH
MANILA, Philippines – About 7 LEGO sets are sold every second around the world, and now Filipino shoppers will be able to get theirs too at the first ever LEGO Certified Store in the Philippines.
The store, at the Park Triangle in Bonifacio Global City, will open doors May 12.
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Customers can also enjoy two options when purchasing in the store:
- PAB (Pick-A-Brick): Customers can buy the LEGO elements that they need individually, which they can use when building their own LEGO creations. PAB is sold per 100 grams.
BAM (Build a Mini): Allows customers to build their own customized mini figure by choosing a headwear, head, torso, legs and tools/accessories. Each BAM set includes three customizable mini figures.
Kids aged 6-14 also have their own activities, like the Monthly Mini Build program, where they can build simple, seasonal, and exclusive mini builds. No purchase needed.
LEGO will also participate in a "Rebuild Classrooms Project," where they will renovate and construct classrooms and other school facilities. This is in partnership with World Vision.
LAJ Marketing Philippines, Inc. was established in 2006 and is the exclusive distributor of LEGO merchandise here in the Philippines.
Will you come and check the store out? Sound off in the comments below! – Rappler.com
The first LEGO Certified Store is located at the Park Triangle, 11th Avenue cor. Rizal Drive, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
All photos by Manman Dejeto/Rappler
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