Jollibee ‘Funko Pop’ Dons a Traditional Barong for Philippines Independence Day Campaign

The Philippines ubiquitous fast-food chain Jollibee is dressing up its iconic mascot in a traditional barong to mark Philippines Independence Day on Wednesday, June 12th.

Jollibee action figure will be launched at 10pm the night before as the nation counts down to midnight at six stores across the country. It will be available for purchase at all stores nationwide from the 12th through the 21st for PHP950 (US$18.26) to get one, along with a six-piece Chickenjoy Bucket.

The limited edition Jollibee Funko Pop in Philippine Barong is every true blue Pinoy collector's dream! You can get this much-coveted Pop with a 6-pc. Chickenjoy bucket for only P950! Exclusively available in all Jollibee stores nationwide beginning June 12! #PopOfPinoyPride

Posted by Jollibee on Thursday, June 6, 2019

The popular Jollibee Funko Pop toy was launched at AsiaPop Comicon in July last year, which saw collectors wait in long lines to get one reports Coconuts.

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Jollibee is the largest fast-food chain in the Philippines and is known for its fried Chickenjoy, Filipino-style sweet spaghetti, and burgers.

Image: Jollibee.

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