The Philippine food giant Jollibee Foods Corp. officially inaugurated its flagship brand in Dededo on Saturday as it announced plans to open four more Jollibee stores on Guam within a timeframe of five years.
JFC president Dennis Flores said the second location will open “very soon,” however, he declined to elaborate. “We will announce details once we are ready,” he said in an interview.
The 250-seat Jollibee Guam opened on April 6 across Micronesia Mall, blending into the island's rapidly expanding fast-food landscape. Jollibee made its way back into the local market, more than 12 years after shutting down its Guam operation which Flores said was prompted by “economic downturn.”