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Anta opens flagship store at Megamall

Global sportswear brand Anta recently opened its flagship store in the Philippines on the second level of Mega Atrium in SM Megamall.

Anta brand ambassador Manny Pacquiao (third from left) leads the opening of the flagship store together with (from left) SM Supermalls assistant vice president Ian Mathay, Mandaluyong City Councilor Benjamin Abalos III, DTI Secretary Ramon Lopez, AVID Sports SEA president Cedrick Tan, and Anta China overseas senior manager Aska Zeng. 
 The People’s Champ Senator Manny Pacquiao, graced the grand launch. The Chinese brand is the official outfitter of Pacquiao. 

Officials who attended the opening included AVID Sports SEA president Cedrick Tan, Secretary of Trade and Industry Ramon Lopez, Mandaluyong City Councilor Benjamin Abalos III, Anta China overseas senior manager Aska Zeng, and SM Supermalls assistant vice president of operations Ian Mathay, who also took part in the store’s ribbon cutting.

Anta Sports flagship store at Mega Atrium in Megamall.
Anta is an established sportswear company founded in 1991. Its products are globally patronized because of its ever-evolving developments in sports and fashion.

Manny Pacquiao’s Anta boxing shoes in blue and red colors with three stars and MP logo.
With “Keep Moving, Keep Winning” as its tagline, Anta has been the home of known sports superstars around the world including Pacquiao, Klay Thompson, Gordon Hayward, Rajon Rondo, and others. The much-awaited Anta Sports store features the signature apparel of these superstars.

Anta Klay Thompson KT4 Signal with removable patches.
Anta Klay Thompson KT4 x East Bay Times with newspaper clippings of the shooter’s feat.
 

Topics: Manny Pacquiao , Anta , sportswear
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