Quezon City, Philippines -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/03/2014 -- Regalo Manila will be firm in only accepting orders on February 12, 2014 for Valentine’s Day orders. They will only accept orders for Metro Manila on or before 3PM of that day and they will only accept provincial orders before 10AM. Regalo Manila has decided to implement a cutoff time so that their team can effectively manage the sudden influx of orders for Valentine’s Day.
Regalo Manila is a Philippine-based gift delivery website that sends flowers and other gift items to the Philippines on behalf of their loved ones who live abroad. Their goal is to be a bridge of love especially when the distance is too far away. Now, they act as a messenger for OFWs and foreigners who want to continuously convey their love to their loved ones in the Philippines. They give flowers and other easy-to-expire items to make it seem that they are close to each other even though they really live a thousand miles away.
Regalo Manila has decided to implement a cutoff time for Valentine’s Day orders as they expect that this will be a busy time for them. In fact, this can be considered as the busiest time of the year for the company as this is the time where they are processing as much as 1000 orders in just one month.
As preparation for the big event, Regalo Manila has implemented a cutoff time that is 2 days before the event. This will give them ample time not only to prepare orders but also to get their team ready for the delivery process. This will be unlike most days in the company which is why they need to employ extra people just for the event. Aside from employing new people in their team, they have also implemented a cutoff time so that they may avoid rush orders especially on February 14.
With this, Regalo Manila has already informed its clients about their cutoff time and rules. They have sent the message through e-mail and the information was already posted on their Facebook page. They hope that their clients comply with this so that they can have a smooth delivery process come Valentine’s Day.