Thursday, June 19, 2014

From Sulit.com.ph to now rebranded OLX.ph & the “Yesss,Yaman!” Campaign

The formerly Sulit.com.ph, now OLX.ph has amplify its prescense at the Queen City of the South - Cebu City opening a physical Office and bringing the latest Campaign, “Yesss,Yaman!” urging Cebuanos everywhere to take a second thought at their personal items that are just lying idle at home and sell them online to earn extra cash thus, nurturing their entrepreneurial spirit. Their potential wealth might be taking the form of unused handbags, clothes, books, speakers, and appliances all hiding in plain sight.

OLX Philippines Managing Director, RJ David
OLX.ph, the Philippines’ leading buy and sell site's presence in Cebu signifies the successful rebranding of Sulit to become a more convenient platform for every filipino. The rebranding is simply a name change, all the things about Sulit, such as wide variety of listings, free ad posting, and multiple seller choices will still be present on OLX.ph. There are no impact to the sellers and the items they have posted for sale. Even the local management team remains the same Sulit team that has been serving its online users since its launch in 2006.

OLX Philippines' RJ & Arianne David and OLX Ph-Cebu Senior Marketing Manager - OLX Ph Ms Regina Aguilar
OLX Philippines Managing Director RJ David stretches “The brand change is a representation of our commitment to change how Filipinos perceive online selling. It also reinforces the great feeling of being able to get value from items that are just gathering dust in your home.”

Traditionaly, Filipinos doesnt sells second hand items, in the end, most households end up with a clutter of items that are no longer used. With the “Yesss,Yaman!” Campaign, these can turn into real value, which people can use to buy new things.

Just by taking a photo, using your mobile phone, of these items that may still be of value to others and post it on OLX.ph. An OLX app is also available for iOS and Android users.

From Sulit.com.ph to OLX.ph now in Cebu posted at Cebu Events Blog

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