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LCC Float Shines in Parade of Lights

Picture 186 LCCs’ summer-themed float showcasing two gorgeous models clad in ancient god and godess glittery wardrobes wowed revellers of Albay’s month-long Daragang Magayon Festival “Parade of Lights” on April 15, 2015.

LCC’s ‘masterpiece,’ already a sight to behold, was made even more captivating with the artistic display of lightings while soothing instrumentals were played to produce a heavenly effect in the parade along Rizal Street and culminated at the Peñaranda Park.

Fiery performance of two flame-spitting fire dancers grabbed even more attention and lured spectators to the float which stood out from the rest of the 9 other creations of local establishments and local government units in Albay.

For its unfailing participation and support to this annual event, Gov. Joey Sarte Salceda expressed his appreciation to the management of LCC.

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LCC Sponsored the Holy Thursday Washing of the Feet at Albay District Jail

Picture 113“It was a struggle to me at first. But it always reminds me of humility.”

Thus said LCC Chief Operating Officer Romeo S. Tan after playing one of the 12 disciples of Jesus during the traditional Holy Thursday Washing of the Feet on April 2, 2015.

Tan who played the role of St. Jude Thaddeus, along with the other disciples played by prominent persons and LCC managers, washed the feet of ‘residents’ (inmates) of the Albay District Jail, Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, Bogtong, Legazpi City.

Before doing the act, Tan and his company’s feet were washed first by Rev. Fr. Aureus Manjares , Rev. Fr. Toni Sial and Rev. Vincent Selbarakk.

But earlier in the day, the ‘12 Disciples’ made the confession and attended the con-celebrated mass lead by Rev. Fr. Manjares.

Other members of the 12 Disciples were: Bong Aspe (St. Andrew), Jun Añonuevo (St. Peter), John Ozaeta (St. James the Son of Zebede), Abelardo Imperial (St. Bartholomew), Lito Marcellana (St. Phillip), Erwin Castuera (St. James the Son of Alpheus), Arjie Bernabe (St. Matthew), Erli Balino (St. Simon), Gilbert Mandane (Judas Escariot), Darius Loterte (St. Thomas) and Mark Cimanes (St. John).

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Tan Leads LCC Employees to Lenten Season Reflection

Picture 634LCC’s Chief Operating Officer Romeo S. Tan led employee’s for a Lenten Reflection that was celebrated in LCC Malls in the cities of Legazpi, Tabaco and Naga on March 30-31 2015 with powerful speakers delivering the message of hope, spiritual growth and renewal.

The event, themed “Uphold the Essence of Prayer, Charity and Good Work,” provided a moment of deliverance from all the activities that divert everyone from doing religiously his Christian obligations.

A devout Catholic, Tan said the Company not only cares for the spiritual welfare of its employees but also encourages them to renew and strengthen their Catholic faith which is the true essence of the Lenten Season.

“This program is to cleanse everyone’s soul,” he said.

Rev. Msgr. Cris Bernarte, Rev. Fr. Eric Mediavillo and Rev. Fr. Phillip Bersabe were the invited speakers of the event.


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Jason Dy Wows LCC Back to School Midnight Sale Shoppers

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The Voice of the Philippines season 2 grand winner Jason Dy serenaded shoppers who rushed to LCC Mall Legazpi for the Back to School Midnight Sale and offerings on May 15, 2015.

The soul singer from Pampanga melted every listener’s heart with his song performances.

Also, a heart-pounding dance number of Jay Jazz Movers and MTE Talents electrified the crowd with local talent Mary Glor Misal also giving out her best in her soulful song.

The Back to School Midnight Sale also gave out Pisong Manok and Pisong Asukal to shoppers who bought at least 1,500-peso worth of merchandise.

Other exciting offerings were the Grocery Hakot and the Lucky Lane Surprise apart from a free Videoke that was also enjoyed by LCC’s loyal sale goers.

LCC Mall Naga’s similar sale promo was also held a day after.

Because LCC Mall believes that everyone is “At Home Digdi!,” the management followed them up with Value Plus Back to School Sale on May 14-27 and LCC Super Sale on May 29-31.

All these because the Mall celebrates its 70th year in the business.

LCC Supports Ligao City’s 14th Cityhood Anniversary

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The City Government of Ligao geared up for the grand celebration of Ligao City’s 14th Cityhood Anniversary. The celebration started on March 18 and ended on March 24, the day of Ligao’s Cityhood Anniversary.

As part of LCC’s support, LCC Mall Ligao Activity Center served as the venue of Binibining Ligao 2015 Charity Day. The 13 candidates together with 13 beneficiaries featured story-telling and gift-giving last March 19.

Timmy Pavino, Pop balladeer of The Voice Of the Philippines Season 2 from Team Leah, rendered two songs at LCC Mall Ligao with photo opp to some fans last March 22, 2015, 5pm.

LCC distributed Sassa Swimwear as the official swimwear of BB. Ligao 2015 Sunflower Festival Queen candidates.

LCC Department Store gave corporate award “Miss LCC Woman of Style” to Ma. Jamela Cipriano, who was also crowned as BB. Ligao 2015 Sunflower Festival Queen. She won P4,000.00 worth of LCC Gift Cheque and received a sash and fresh bouquet of flowers.

Timmy Pavino, courtesy of LCC Malls, serenaded 13 lovely candidates of Binibining Ligao 2015 last March 22, 2015 at the coronation night at Ligao City Gymnasium.




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Pop balladeer of The Voice of the Philippines Season 2, Timmy Pavino, graces LCC Mall Ligao as part of LCC’s support to Ligao’s 14th Cityhood Anniversary. Pavino, also serenaded the lovely candidates of Binibining Ligao 2015 at Ligao City Gymnasium. “It was truly a wonderful experience”, says Timmy Pavino.



LCC Foundation Partners with DOH-BBC, CHO for ‘Give Blood for Love’

ok-IMG_0446As part LCC Mall’s corporate social responsibility (CSR), the LCC Foundation, Inc., has successfully conducted a bloodletting activity last February 27, 2015 at LCC Mall Event Center, Legazpi City; March 13, 2015 at LCC Mall Event Center, Tabaco City; March 20 at LCC Iriga; March 27 at LCC Mall Event Center, Naga City; and April 21 at LCC Mall Event Center, Polangui City.

ok-IMG_0667The volunteer donors were composed of courageous LCC employees and some spirited walk-ins.

Sixty bags of blood from about 60 willing donors from LCC Legazpi; thirty six bags of blood out of 36 donors from LCC Tabaco; thirty six bags of blood from LCC Iriga; forty three bags of blood from LCC Naga; and twenty nine bags from LCC Polangui were collected during the event dubbed “Give Blood for Love: Bloodletting Activity,” which was held in coordination with the Department of Health-Bicol Blood Center (DOH-BBC) and the City Health Office (CHO) of each respective cities.

The collected blood adds up to the stockpiles of reserved blood at the DOH-BBC and is a big help during emergencies especially for patients needing immediate transfusion.

A day before the actual bloodletting, a pre-donation advocacy and counselling for prospective donors was done by a trained medical staff from the DOH-BBC at the Event Center.
Twenty personnel composed of doctors, nurses, med-techs and skilled phlebotomist from the City Health Office and DOH BBC Team conducted the bloodletting to the willing donors.

After the blood donation, donors were given beverages (water and juice) and treated to a light snack for immediate recovery and as a gesture of goodwill for their ‘love sacrifice.’

“Saving more lives is one of the Foundation’s mission the reason why it’s been involved in so many social undertakings in the past,” said LCC Bloodletting chair Abelardo Imperial III.

The Foundation also expressed its thanks to all the blood donors and to those who supported the activity and promised that similar activities would be held in the future as part of its mission.


Timmy Pavino and Daryl Ong Croon LCC Shoppers


Timmy Pavino and Daryl Ong of ABS-CBN’s The Voice of the Philippines Season 2 had their fans and the audience shrieking with their soulful performances for their mall shows at LCC Malls Tabaco and Legazpi last April 17, 2015.

The two artists rendered one song each and shared the stage with their own cover of Sam Smith’s Lay Me Down that definitely gave chills to all their fans.
Pavino was a finalist of the The Voice of the Phillipines Season 2 under Team Lea, while Ong was under Team Apl.

Pavino and Ong’s mall show was part of LCC’s support to month-long celebration of Daragang Magayon Festival.

LCC Foundation Brings Smiles to DNHS Pupils’ Tummy

LCC Foundation, Inc. has reached out to young pupils of Daraga North Central Elementary School in Brgy. Bagumbayan, Daraga, Albay for the feeding program last March 5, 2015. Aside from the nutritious goto served, the kids also enjoyed the many parlor games with exciting mini prizes.



In collaboration with the sponsored activity of Daraga Councilor Mabel Mediavillo-Tan during their Community Service & Livelihood Skills Development Training, the event brought happiness to the children-beneficiaries.

The event, supervised by LCC Representative, Abelardo Imperial III together with LCC Food Operations , Viola made a special mark in the hearts of those who are being helped by the Foundation’s outreach programs

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BU–PAFT Idol and PAFT Siklaban at LCC Mall Legazpi

The Philippine Association of Food Technologists (PAFT) – Bicol University Chapter, the official organization of the BS Food Technology students of College of Industrial Technology (BUCIT), has partnered with LCC Mall Legazpi for the “BU–PAFT Idol and PAFT Siklaban” held last February 27, 2015 at the Event Center.



The event, part of the annual PAFT Fest, showcased a talent competition among Food Tech students on the theme, “Food Technologists in Action towards ASEAN 2015.” LCC Mall Event Center has been the favorite venue for school, organization and corporate events for its accessibility plus the comfort and convenience it gives.