THE SM Center Dagupan opened Friday, the 74th mall of SM Prime Holdings and its third in Pangasinan.
Steven Tan, chief operating officer of SM Supermalls, told newsmen that Pangasinenses can expect a lot of new brands and restaurants at SM Center Dagupan that the public can patronize and enjoy.
“He said SM is happy and overwhelmed by the enthusiasm of local residents in welcoming the center.
A total of 115 stores can be found at the SM Center Dagupan, Tan said.
Located along M.H. del Pilar St., close to the Dagupan downtown area, the new and vibrant SM Center Dagupan will bring residents and visitors a state-of-the art shopping center, complete with ample parking and a transport terminal. It will serve customers in this bustling area, as well as in nearby towns and cities in Pangasinan like Lingayen, Binmaley, Calasiao, Mangaldan, Sta. Barbara, Malasiqui and San Carlos.
Pangasinan has two other SM Malls, namely SM City Rosales and SM City Urdaneta Central.
Tan added that a bigger SM Dagupan will also open, about a kilometer away from the newly-opened SM Center Dagupan, sometime in 2021 or 2022.
Tan said they are appreciative for the patronage of their shoppers, saying that, “We know our customers, understand what they need and we try our best to give it to them.”
He said the SM Center Dagupan will not affect at all the two other SM malls in Rosales and Urdaneta, all in Pangasinan.
Fourth District Rep. Christopher de Venecia and Dagupan City acting mayor Bryan Kua lead personalities during the inauguration.
For customer convenience, the mall has 278 parking slots, including those reserved for persons with disability.
Meanwhile, Hans Sy, chairman of the Executive Committee of SM Prime Holdings Inc. said the SM Center Dagupan has been constructed to be flood-free with rainwater collection tanks. (PhilStar Wire Service)
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