Satchmi, primarily known for their vinyl records and coffee, had it as their mission to share their love for the good ol’ days and cultivate it in the present generation. That’s why, in celebrating two years of sharing their obsession with romantic pasts and uncommon luxuries like the Motorino, vinyl records, and handcrafted goods, plus having the café side, they thought about bringing back the 70s disco spirit for the millennials to appreciate.
With a party called #SatchmiFever, the brand summoned a couple of a hundred audiophiles to the Satchmi Store at 4F Mega Fashion Hall last Saturday, 24 September 2016, and shared the joy that they have over the brand’s growth. Local acts Toni B, NoRome, and Tandems ’91 took over the stage and created the beats for the crowd to groove to. To up the revelry even more, Satchmi launched Film Folk, its baby brand aiming to revive the art of film, Satchmi beers, and the Satchmi Loyalty Card Program. The brand also made sure that they’re able to give back to the people who supported them since the start. Hence, a lot of giveaways and freebies were made at the ready for the partygoers to snag, and free beer courtesy of Craftpoint Brewing Co. was served. Prizes were also given away to the winners of the contests in line with the event. More than that, the records available in the store were at 10% off, while the ones available on their website were at 15% off through the whole stretch of the anniversary week (September 19-24). With all of these goodies and the disco vibe, everyone who came surely had a bang. As Satchmi puts it, it was truly a Fever to remember. To see more of the anniversary photos, click here.