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Cleanfuel opens third Mandaluyong city station

/ 10:02 AM June 08, 2021

Leading independent oil firm Cleanfuel announced the successful inauguration of its third station in Mandaluyong City—Cleanfuel Boni Avenue. 

Cleanfuel’s newest branch in Boni, which serves as the brand’s third station in the National Capital Region’s one and only “Tiger City,” complements existing stations at Shaw Boulevard and Pioneer in providing affordable and quality fuel along the East-West thoroughfares of Mandaluyong. 

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Situated at the corner of Boni Avenue and P. Cruz Street in San Jose, Mandaluyong City, Cleanfuel Boni Avenue is expected to cater to the needs of private and commercial vehicles traversing westbound to EDSA in Barangka, and EDSA-Boni tunnel, going to the main road of Mandaluyong and Pasig area. 

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The opening of the Boni Avenue station assures that the area’s residents and commercial business owners can experience Cleanfuel’s mantra of providing affordable and quality premium fuel for less to the motoring public. As such, customers can expect topnotch fuel products including Clean91, Premium 95, and high-grade diesel. 

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With its “Quality fuel for Less” battle cry, the company also takes pride in showcasing first-class amenities, from its clean and spacious air-conditioned restrooms, to air-and-water services, digital tire inflator with pressure gauge, commercial space for leasing, cashless payment options, and loyalty rewards program.  

The opening of the Boni Avenue station immediately follows the inauguration of Cleanfuel J.P. Rizal in Marikina—which is the company’s premier station in the shoe capital of the Philippines. 

Cleanfuel President Atty. Jesus “Bong” Suntay expressed his gratitude for the continued support of the motoring public which has enabled Cleanfuel to open more new stations to further spur the economy in various areas around the country. 

“As the country slowly welcomes efforts to boost the economy, we at Cleanfuel will continue to make ourselves more accessible to Filipino motorists, who would also help our customer base grow more,” Suntay said. 

Motorists can take advantage and are urged to sign up for Cleanfuel VIP reward cards. Given to motorists for FREE, the membership-based program dishes out numerous giveaways and discounts at partner establishments. 

Moreover, Cleanfuel customers can expect a safe and risk-free environment as its workforce continuously upholds safety health precautions such as wearing face masks and face shields, thermal scanning of personnel, social distancing, disinfection of workstations, and hand washing. Cashless payments are also made available. 

“We always have our customers in our mind. We don’t only take care of their fuel needs, but we want to make sure that when every time they gas up at our station they will be safe and experience first-class amenities of Cleanfuel—air conditioned restrooms—which is one of our main selling point,” adds Suntay.  

“In a few weeks from now, we’re opening our station in the business district of Alabang-Zapote in Las Piñas. This will be a momentous day as we continue to expand our roadmap in bringing best customer service and affordable and quality fuel to all customers in the region,” he concluded.

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