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Meralco partners with Department of Tourism, sets up other Liwanag Parks



It's Christmas time once again. And if there's one place we go to to truly feel the holiday spirit, it would be Meralco's Liwanag Park.

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Anyone can visit the Meralco Liwanag Park at the Meralco compound in Pasig City and admission is free. You and your family can roam the grounds and take souvenir photos of yourself and the park's amazing light displays and attractions. There's even a mini-train ride (absolutely free!) and a bazaar among others. The park is open everyday from 6 to 10 pm until January 6, 2013.

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File photo. Shot in 2011.

This year, Meralco has partnered with the Department of Tourism to help set up other Liwanag Parks in different cities and municipalities within Meralco's franchise area.

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Meralco will provide each participating LGU with a Maliwanag ang Pasko starter kit composed of a giant parok and 500 boxes of Christmas lights. To inspire the cities and municipalities to make their Christmas lights attractive and unique, Meralco will award a prizes to LGUs with the best Liwanag Parks!

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Meralco Chairman, Manuel V. Pangilinan, and DOT Secretary Mon Jimenez lead the contract signing of the participating LGUs.
Filipino households are also encouraged to take part in the program for a chance to win prizes from Meralco. You'll just have to take a photo of your Christmas lights display at home or a photo of yourself visiting any Liwanag Park and upload them on the Meralco Facebook page. Contest mechanics can be found in the Meralco Facebook page (Facebook.com/Meralco).

Our Christmas light display at home this year. The palm trees have grown so much!
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.

Started in 2006, the Maliwanag ang Pasko (MAP) seeks to encourage Meralco’s customers to light up and decorate their homes, establishments and cities to spread the beauty and joy of Christmas in their communities.

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