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Tealive opens 800th store in Malaysia

It will reward customers with RM8 for all drinks for five days.

Southeast Asia tea brand, Tealive, opened its 800th store in Malaysia, which will reaffirm its plans for 1,000 stores by 2024.

The store was opened as a drive-thru outlet at Batu Kawan in Penang.

“It’s all the more significant that we’re opening a drive-through here as Tealive gives great priority to customer convenience and we will continue to reach out to Malaysians everywhere,” Loob Holding Sdn Bhd Chief Marketing and Digital Officer Ng Yau Chuan said in a statement.

Both Ng and Arnoud Bakker, Commercial Director of Ikano Centres, later served Tealive drinks to customers at the drive-through window to symbolise the start of operations.

To reward customers for their continuous support, Tealive offers RM8 promotional price for all drinks from 5 September to 9 September. Any drink worth above RM8 at normal menu prices will automatically be reduced to RM8 only, not inclusive of tax

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