Can you imagine a world where the sun doesn’t shine? A life where we must aimlessly walk blind with nothing but darkness to guide us? This may sound like a dystopian, post-apocalyptic scenario, but in ‘Rise Up,” Max’s Restaurant’s newest installment of its ‘Every Kind of Family‘ Campaign , it is a far lighter take; one on kindness, respect, collaboration, and working together for the good of everyone.
Max’s history of compelling storytelling was recently recognized by the prestigious Asia-Pacific Tambuli Awards as the Advertiser of the Year for coming up with ‘End Alienation,’ which highlights our intrinsic need to belong. This was then followed by ‘Resolutions,” which proves it’s possible to untie and come together as a family despite our differences. Now, ‘Rise Up’ takes and unexpected twist of celebrating Max’s 74 years of proud existence – its Sarap-To-The-Bones chicken and how it brings everyone from different walks of life together and foster life-long relationships.
“One of the things our fans have come to love about the brand is our out-of-this-world sense of humor and our belief in seeing the best in people,” shares Max’s Restaurant Chief Operating Officer Paolo Serrano. “With ‘Rise Up,’ we played these strengths to give people a fresher take on Max’s Restaurant and our message.”
For Serrano, animation and quirky tone aside, ‘Rise Up’ gets to the heart of Max’s Restautant as an institution; more than The House That Fried Chicken Built, it also has been a place where people of different ages, backgrounds, and beliefs have come together over seven decades.
“Max’s has always been a place where people come together for something greater and more meaningful than themselves,” notes Zerrano. “Whether it’s celebrating a child’s first birthday, the start of a marriage, or a young adult getting their degree, Max’s has always been that place for people. We have always seen ourselves as part of the communities we are in. It’s also been a place where people passionate about good food, great service, and love of sustainable local cuisine have come together.”
Adds Serrano, “Having Max’s be a part of our fans’ lives has meant a lot to us, and as a gesture of appreciation, we’re now making it easier for everyone to come together at Max’s with our Rewards Card,” With a minimum single-receipt purchase of Php 1,000, which automatically entitles guests with one card, Every Kind of Family can have all the memorable dining experiences Every Day to the Max.
This latest must have allows cardholders an outright 10% discount starting at Php 500 to Php 10,000 food purchases. Even better, card owners can avail a free Max’s Best Plate anytime, seven days before or after their birthday. This special set is where all the best of Max’s come together, like Fried Chicken, Lumpiang Shanghai, Pancit Canton, Max’s Tofu or Chicken Skin, Sweet Kamote Fries, and a Caramel Bar.
Coming together doesn’t stop there because on July 31, starting 12 noon, Max’s is also having another round of Chicken-All-You-Can. Make sure to gather your friends, families, or even someone you just met and get your hands on unlimited Max’s Chicken, Soup of the Day, Softdrinks and Rice for only Php 399.
Indeed the world is better when we come together especially if the heart of each get-together is at Max’s Restaurant enjoying a plate of Sarap-To-The-Bones Fried Chicken.
To watch Max’s latest film and find more information about the Rewards Card and Chicken-All-You-Can, visit , Max’s Restaurant’s Facebook Page.