TOMATO RED CARD

LOYAL CUSTOMERS OF TOMATO STORES are in for a reward in time for the Christmas Season: The Tomato Red Card is a loyalty card, privilege card and points-collection card-in-one that gives monthly perks and treats for the cardholder.

The Tomato Red Card is available starting November in all Tomato branches nationwide upon purchase of a Tomato 2012 Datebook. The card may be used at any Tomato store.

Customers who purchase a Tomato Datebook 2012 will receive both a Red Card and a Reward Yourself Card.  The second card lets a customer earn vouchers and a 15 percent discount on purchases during his or her birthday. The Reward Yourself Card is only available to Red Card holders and may be used starting 2012.

Tomato Datebook 2012 is available in four chic designs—choose one that best suits your look and personal style!

“The Red Card gives access to varying monthly privileges and treats that are exclusive to cardholders. These include exclusive sales, special discounts; points accumulation and redemption of items; limited edition giveaways and a lot more,” said Lennie Dionisio, Tomato Marketing Director.  She added that Red Card owners will receive information about upcoming monthly privileges thru e-mail, Facebook, the Tomato webite or at Tomato stores.

To activate the Red Card, the cardholder must go online at the Tomato website (www.tomato.ph). While the Red Card is not usable for online shopping, there are online promotions that will be exclusive to Red Card holders only.

Visit a Tomato store now and get your very own Red Card! Available in all of these Tomato locations: Glorietta Makati, SM San Lazaro, SM Manila, SM Mall of Asia, SM Sta. Mesa, SM Megamall, SM Fairview, SM North Edsa, Robinsons Metro East, Robinsons Place Ermita, TriNoma, Starmall, Marquee Mall, RCBC Plaza, La Fuerza, Market! Market!, SM Bacoor, SM Bicutan, and Southmall.

TOMATO LAUNCHES SEVENTIES GROOVE COLLECTION FOR WOMEN

BE GROOVY AND DELICIOUS WITH 70s-inspired collection from Tomato–your store for fresh, chic, trendy and bold fashion statements. The new groove is all about fun and attitude–let all of that hang out when you wear Tomato’s hottest apparel and accessories from its Seventies Groove Collection for women.

The 1970s were all about individuality, women empowerment and fun–with the right touch of daring mixed in. Tomato’s new, updated and upgraded 70s retro collections bring the same attitude and create the same groove for the 21st century fashionistas.

The Seventies Groove Collection is tailor-fitted to the needs of modern women to step back from her hectic routine and express herself in a more natural, laid back fashion–but with colors, patterns and textures that express both individual taste and whimsy.

“Tomato offers trendy, chic apparel and accessories that are innovative, creative—but more importantly, they are always relevant to our market. The 70s-inspired collections can be mixed and matched to reflect each customer’s individual attitude and expression—creating a look that is truly his or her own,” says Managing Director Lennie Dionisio.

One of the greatest strengths of Tomato is its wide and in-season selection that is always in store. The fashion brand makes sure that new items are added to its collection so that their shoppers could wear the latest trends.

 “More choices means more fun,” Store and Operation Manager Willard Centeno quips.

Seventies Groove Collection

Seventies Groove Collection is filled with crazy prints, free-flowing sheers, and comfy crochets to achieve the “disco look”. There are bright colored tops and bottoms in the collection as well that remind us of the strobe lights on the dance floor.

“The 70s was a pretty interesting decade. People loved going to the disco and it was the time when glam rock was born. Women today can channel the fun, energy, and eccentricity of the 70s with the items from our Seventies Groove Collection,” Marketing Manager Lennie Dionisio says.

With the apparel from this retro-revival collection, women can try a number of styles that are very 70s yet modern: color blocking, print on print, playing with sheer tops and skirts as well as looking sultry with chiffon tops.

Dionisio relates, “The key to achieving a great 70s style is to choose vintage-looking pieces, which you can get from our Seventies Groove Collection, and pair them with some modern touches. This will definitely produce a chic groovy look.”

Check out Tomato’s newest collections in these branches: Glorietta Makati, SM San Lazaro, SM Manila, SM Mall of Asia, SM Sta. Mesa, SM Megamall, SM Fairview, SM North Edsa, Robinsons Metro East, Robinsons Place Ermita, TriNoma, Starmall, Marquee Mall, RCBC Plaza, La Fuerza, Market! Market!, SM Bacoor, SM Bicutan, and Southmall.