Daniel Matsunaga and Wendell Ramos Team-up for iFUEL
Brazillian model and actor Daniel Matsunaga and matinee idol Wendell Ramos are the newest brand ambassadors of iFUEL, the petroleum brand of iFRANCHISE.
Company President and CEO, Krizia Ann Loyang, said that Matsunaga and Ramos epitomize what the brand is all about – dynamic, fresh, friendly, progressive, credible, and trustworthy. “Having Daniel and Wendell as part of the family will strengthen iFUEL’s image as the next big player in the market,” Loyang quips.
The entry of iFUEL in the petroleum business encourages the other players to level-up the quality of their service and products. “The good thing about iFUEL is that it is a top class fuel at very reasonable price points,” Wendell adds.
Daniel Matsunaga with his entrepreneurial mindset is happy to be part of iFUEL. “ Being an ambassador of iFUEL gives me an opportunity to educate young people about having a business. Especially during these very challenging times, it is important to have different streams of income and get into a business that is a necessity whatever happens just like iFUEL,” he concurs.
Since the opening of iFUEL’s first branch in Nueva Ecija in 2018, the brand has been steadily growing. To date, it has close to twenty branches nationwide that are either already open or on-going construction.
In 2019, iFUEL introduced its co-ownership program that made it more accessible for entrepreneurs who are aspiring to have their own gasoline station business. This platform allows those who do not have time or the operational skills to manage or even an overseas Filipino worker who wish to have a business back home.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic that we have been experiencing, the future looks bright for iFUEL as it is scheduled to open more stations next year.
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