Guardian Brunei opens doors to 24th outlet

Rokiah Mahmud

Guardian Brunei opened its 24th branch with a soft launch at Plaza Abdul Razak in Batu Satu yesterday.

Launching the opening of the new branch was Chairman of the Bandar Seri Begawan Municipal Board Haji Ali bin Mat Yassin and Guardian Brunei Head of Business Jennifer Yang.

Jennifer highlighted that in view of anxiety over the Coronavirus, Guardian will continue to play its role, standing together with the people.

“Guardian will increase the supply of our face masks and hand sanitizers. We will not increase our price as we understand that many people are in need of protection from this deadly virus. We are working around the clock to ensure that our branches nationwide will accommodate the demand for face masks. However, to give our best service, we have to limit the purchase to 10 pieces per customer at a time, so we can be fair to everyone.

“Our next face mask batch will arrive in Brunei Darussalam in two weeks. It is from Germany,” she added.

The new Guardian Brunei outlet features a revitalised orange colour that move away from its traditional blue and orange theme.

In conjunction with the soft launch, the first 200 customers who spent more than BND25 at the new Guardian store will receive a goodie bag filled with Guardian Brunei items.

Chairman of the Bandar Seri Begawan Municipal Board Haji Ali bin Mat Yassin and Guardian Brunei Head of Business Jennifer Yang during the ribbon cutting. PHOTO: ROKIAH MAHMUD