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Meralco Liwanag Park 2012 and Maliwanag ang Pasko Program

Posted Nov 23 2012 8:22am

It’s a yearly date.. to spend a night at Meralco Liwanag Park,  then dinner at a restaurant of their choice. The kids have been looking forward to that day, specially that they have seen the Belen the last time we passed by Ortigas Avenue. My little girl even asked why Joseph is holding an umbrella (oh what a cute observation!)..
Now, I can’t wait to tell them that Meralco Liwanag is now open, once again, to the public! It is open everyday (until January 6) from 6-10 PM. I guess this weekend or next will be a Liwanag Park weekend for us.
Mr. Al Panlilio gave a short introduction on the Maliwanag ang Pasko campaign. On his back is the list of Maliwanag ang Pasko Partner LGU’s Aside from the opening of Meralco Liwanag Park, Meralco recently partnered with Department of Tourism to help set up other Liwanag Parks in different cities and municipalities within Meralco’s franchise area. Meralco helped decorating the Liwanag Parks by providing each participating LGU their own Maliwanag ang Pasko starter kit composed of a giant parol and 500 boxes of Christmas lights. And of course, the best Liwanag Parks will get prizes from Meralco.

The Liwanag Park and the partnership with the DOT are just part of the larger Maliwanag ang Pasko program of Meralco, though. Under the program, Filipino households, too, are enjoined to do their part in lighting up their homes this season. In return, they get the chance to win prizes. To join, they may take a photo of their lighted homes or of any of the Liwanag Parks and upload them on the Meralco Facebook page.  Every entry helps contribute to Meralco’s program of energizing public schools in Palawan, Bohol, Quezon and Dinagat Islands. By joining the program, customers, therefore, not only help brighten their communities, but they also get the opportunity to help uplift public schools in the country and provide a better future for underprivileged school children.

For more details on the Maliwanag ang Pasko program, contest mechanics and the list of Liwanag Parks, you may visit the Meralco Facebook page ( ).



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