Eton Properties Philippines, the real estate arm of the Lucio Tan Group, has partnered with the on-demand services app MyKuya to help users have their meals and errands delivered at their doorstep.
The service will have its simultaneous run in Eton Centris and Eton Cyberpod Corinthian in Quezon City, and Eton Tower Makati and Eton WestEnd Square in Makati City starting today, May 22, 2020.
Through the app, users can request the Kuya or Ate to do a maximum of three errands for them such as purchase food cravings, personal care or medications, and even grocery shopping. Payment for the purchased items, can be conveniently paid through cash on delivery or a mobile wallet for cashless transactions such as GCash. Fee for the service will be charged on the user’s registered credit card.
Amid the declaration of the Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) in Metro Manila, Eton Properties is strengthening its online access and presence to encourage customers to still stay at home when they can and get their shopping and deliveries done in the comfort of their homes.
On top of this, Eton Properties wants to empower the displaced contractual workers that MyKuya has been taking in. Through this partnership, the Company can help its clients get their essentials and at the same time, support the livelihood of people affected by the global pandemic.
To register, download the MyKuya app.
Eton Properties is the real estate brand of the Lucio Tan Group, one of the biggest business conglomerates in the Philippines, with full-range projects of office, commercial, residential and hotel properties in key cities in Metro Manila, Laguna and Cebu. With an extensive land bank in strategic locations all over the country, we have diversified our business interests into joint ventures and land lease.