people: Service began at 7 am and continued nonstop until almost 3 am, according to NOW Magazine. Several days after opening, the crowds haven't abated yet. On April 1, the Filipino fast food franchise's first GTA location in Scarborough brought in 7,000 visitors who each waited in line for an average of nine hours hoping to get their hands on some nostalgic classics. We still have the tents up, with people in them but everything's going smoothly, said company spokesperson Dianne Yorro. The company promised free fried chicken for a year to the first 40 people in line; the lucky first customer, a dude named Paul, started waiting at 2 30 pm the day before opening that's 17 hours . Wherever they go in North America, Jollibee seems to draw a crowd. People understand that there's just so many people, and they just have to wait. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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