Johnny Rockets Takes Off in Puerto Vallarta

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rockfrontJohnny Rockets expands its presence in Jalisco with the opening of its fourth branch in the state, located in the shopping center of La Isla in Puerto Vallarta.

As part of the opening celebration, Johnny Rockets gave memberships to his first 50 clients on Thursday, December 15, with which they earned an original hamburger once a week for a year.

The inauguration of the new restaurant "represents a great effort for the brand not only nationally but also internationally, we are proud that it is something so significant for Johnny Rockets," reflects José Manuel Villanueva, owner of the brand in the state.

Among the novelties involved in opening in Puerto Vallarta, the brand new restaurant is the first in Latin America to open with the renewed image of the Johnny Rockets brand - and the number 31 globally - which presumes a style "much more millenarian, leaving a bit of the vintage tone of the 50's and 60's, so characteristic of the brand, to look for the new generations but still attract customers as always," says Sabrina Villanueva, general director of Johnny Rockets Jalisco.

Good news for fans of the brand is that beyond the new image, the taste and quality of hamburgers, malts and other menu options remain the same that have made Johnny Rockets a synonym for flavor and superior quality: "the opening implies new technology in the preparation of our food without sacrificing anything for the client's palate. We keep preparing everything at the moment, everything fresh. In Puerto Vallarta we have an espresso restaurant, self service, and that is something in which we are also innovating in our restaurants. The customer will find the most popular hamburgers and malts of the brand," adds Sabrina Villanueva.

Johnny Rockets at La Isla Puerto Vallarta is already open to the public at the local PB 70 and aims to become a must stop for both tourists and locals.


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