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Gaisano Capital is a chain of malls and supermarkets owned by Edmund S. Gaisano Sr., the second son of Henry S. Gaisano Sr. In the 1970s, he had his own construction business independent of his relatives. One of his projects was to construct a building (which was to be named the Henry Gaisano Building after his father, one of Doña Modesta's sons) located along Leon Kilat and Colon streets in Cebu City which was to be leased as a supermarket by his relatives. When the supermarket venture failed, Edmund Gaisano Sr. decided to open his own supermarket. This supermarket became the first Gaisano Capital supermarket and is presently known as Gaisano Capital South.[1]

Gaisano Capital
Gaisano Capital Logo.svg
Logo of Gaisano Capital
Product typeShopping mall chain
OwnerGaisano Capital Group
CountryPhilippines
Introduced1977
Related brandsGaisano Grand Malls
Gaisano Malls
MarketsVisayas and Mindanao (primary)
TaglineBuy more, Spend less
Websitewww.gaisanocapital.com

As of the last quarter of 2015, Gaisano Capital has 31 stores, with the recent shopping mall opened December 2011 located in Surigao City.[2] Others were in San Francisco, Agusan del Sur (also opened in November 2014), Tandag, Bislig, Butuan (opening soon but still under construction) and recently Balingasag, Misamis Oriental (opened May 2019).

Gaisano Capital storesEdit

 
Gaisano Capital Sogod

Other stores and mallsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Brief History". Gaisano Capital. Retrieved 9 April 2016.
  2. ^ Almeda, Vanessa (21 December 2011). "Gaisano opens 17th mall amid Sendong wrath". MindaNews. Retrieved 9 April 2016.

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