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    Payless To Open Seven Stores In Philippines In 2010

    U.S. Shoe Retail Chain To Open Seven Stores In Philippines In 2010
    December 3, 2009 2:13 p.m. EST
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    Windsor Genova - AHN News Writer

    Manila, Philippines (AHN) - Payless ShoeSource will open seven stores in the Philippines next year, according to an official of the Kansas-based footwear retailer.

    The Rustan Group's Store Specialists Inc. has obtained a franchise from Collective Brands Inc. (CBI), owner of Payless, plans to establish a foothold in the Philippine shoe market.

    CBI chief executive Matthew Rubel said a Philippine extension of the brand is timely due to high footwear consumption in the region. The future Payless outlets in the Philippines is part of CBI global expansion that will see the retail chain increasing its outlets in the Middle East and even debut in Russia.

    There are currently 4,500 Payless stores worldwide.

    source: http://www.allheadlinenews.com/articles

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    I doubt if under SSI we'll "payless"

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    Di ba payless din *** nasa Shaw Blvd na close na ngyon..

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    i bet they're gonna market it here as some "luxury" brand ... like Gap

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    Quote Originally Posted by .dot. View Post
    i bet they're gonna market it here as some "luxury" brand ... like Gap
    or Zara.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .dot. View Post
    i bet they're gonna market it here as some "luxury" brand ... like Gap
    sureness....

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    Quote Originally Posted by .dot. View Post
    i bet they're gonna market it here as some "luxury" brand ... like Gap
    he he, probably. pero sa name pa lang baka di na umubra. buhay pa ba ang payless instant noodles?

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    i would expect it to be around 20% more expensive than its US outlets pero di naman siguro immarket as luxury brand. Payless isn't a brand, its a retailer that carries different brands. Besides sa pangalan pa lang di na luxury.

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    i believe sa US, retailer sya that carries diff brands, pero sold on a cheaper price doon pero pag dito sa atin same concept kaya? eh Store Specialists Inc. ang mga tao behind it, so malamang expensive pa rin...

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    Tuwing nagpupunta ako sa states I check the store, payless always has the worst styles of shoes. Sorry.

    Nung 90s may nakikita pa akong ilan ilan na magandang shoes sa payless, pero recently, I'd say 168 has better shoes.

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    sakit sa paa ng mga shoes sa payless. buy na lang kayo sa SM or sa marikina, mas sulit pa pera niyo.

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    I'm not too excited. Most of the shoes sold in Payless are ugly.

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    I wonder how much payless shoes will be sold here. $20 for a pair of shoes is cheap in the States but P1000 here for a pair of shoes isn't exactly cheap and you can get cheaper and nicer shoes at a number of stores or the local tiangge.

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    sana hindi matuloy

    ang dami naman shoes dyan sa tin, di na kailangan ng payless dyan.
    tulad ng sabi ng iba ang tigas ng mga yon.

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    Marikina Shoes > Payless.

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    ^true that! iba pa rin gawang pinoy

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    bakit ganun, eh nalulugi na nga ang payless at ilang stores na ang sinasara sa US, tapos ngayon mag bu-bukas pa ng mga bago?

  17. #17
    Hurrah for cheap shoes.

    Now, they can pick cheap shoes while carrying their frappucinos! And throwing their havaianas!


    Seriously, patronize our own.

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