Villar’s AllHome notes rising sales

Home improvement and furniture retailer AllHome Corp., said sales of appliance and other essential remain strong despite the challenges brought about by the pandemic.

AllHome vice chairman Camille Villar reported a significant increase in sales in the company’s wide range of products despite the imposition of a modified enhanced community quarantine and general community quarantine.

“During the 2nd Quarter of this year, appliances contributed 40 percent of our sales, generated by our tactical pop-up stores placed near All Day Supermarkets. We recognized and capitalized on our AllValue retail ecosystem, of which AllHome is an integral part,” Villar said.

“As the country moved to a more relaxed GCQ, AllHome’s sales saw improvement, with shoppers resuming home projects and select businesses started reopening,” she added.

Because of the pandemic, Villar said shoppers had more time at home and that household incomes were diverted from travel and non-essential entertainment to renovations as well as passion projects.

Topics: AllHome Corp. , Camille Villar , modified enhanced community quarantine , general community quarantine
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