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Toby’s Sports opens new store at Ayala Malls Feliz

TOBY’S Sports, the largest multi-brand sports retailer in the Philippines, recently opened a new store as part of its expansion plan and its bid to further dominate the local sports retailing scene. 

Ateneo Blue Eagles basketball star shares a light moment with Quorum International Inc. President Toby Claudio during the opening of Toby’s Sports newest store at Ayala Malls Feliz.
The new store, located in Ayala Malls Feliz, follows Toby’s Sports new design concept that transforms the customer experience in a streamlined, modern retail space. It is Toby’s Sports 53rd store, with plans to open more in the coming months.

About Toby’s Sports

Toby’s Sports is the leading multi-brand sports retailer in the Philippines, having delivered the best in sports and fitness products to millions of Filipinos for 40 years. Established in 1978, Toby’s Sports is included in the Hall of Fame of Most Outstanding Retailers by the Philippine Retailers Association and is a DTI Bagwis awardee for consumer satisfaction. 

Toby’s Sports carries over 60,000 items from the world’s top sports brands, as well a diverse line-up of its own brands that offer superior value-for-money. It currently operates 53 stores across the Philippines, as well as an online store (www.tobys.com). Toby’s Sports is part of the retail arm of Quorum Group of Companies. For more information on Toby’s Sports, follow us in Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Topics: Toby’s Sports , Ayala Malls Feliz , Toby Claudio , Thirdy Ravena , Philippine Retailers Association
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