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Robinsons Malls Celebrates Women with Special Treats and Exclusive Deals 

Robinsons Malls celebrates Women's Month with special treats and exclusive deals, offering discounts and promotions to honor women's strength and grace.

Robinsons Malls cheers women all over the archipelago this Women’s Month and beyond with its “Celebrate Her” campaign. An exciting program, “Celebrate Her” lets women enjoy exclusive deals, special treats, and other surprises from their favorite Robinsons Malls. 

The celebration starts with winning instant prizes at Robinsons Malls’ “Her Nook” from March 22 to 24.  To joins simply present a valid purchase receipt, and win instant prizes. Up to 60% discount at the Women’s Special Sale are up for grabs only happening at Robinsons Department Stores chainwide until April 15.  A special gift for a minimum spend of P2,500 awaits lucky female shoppers.

The fun continues at Robinsons Malls  with the Pink Party Zumba that takes place every Tuesday of March at Robinsons Santiago on March  19, and 26 and at Robinsons Ilocos on March  22, and 25.  

Fun fact:  Robinsons Ilocos is hosting a Uniformed Women Fashion Show on March 20 featuring the remarkable women of Ilocos Norte Police Provincial Office, Bureau of Fire Protection, RESCOM, and Philippine Army. At Robinsons Santiago, they can shop for local products and support women entrepreneurs in the Tiangge ni Juana, which is now in its 3rd year in partnership with PESO and DTI.

Adding self-care and self-love  to Robinsons Malls’ celebration is the partnership between World Vision for the “Girls Can empowerment sessions” which kicked off at Robinsons Antipolo last  March 7. It has also initiated livelihood projects in select malls through its partnership with Robinsons Land Foundations’ RSikap program and Universal Robina Corporation. The project aims to provide sustainable livelihood opportunities for marginalized women and empower them to become self-sufficient through skills training and start-up resources.


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