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Tutuban Christmas Tree Lighting: Marks the Season of Giving

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Tutuban Center

Christmas tree lighting to officially start the holiday season at shopping mecca

The breeze is getting cooler, the mood is getting more festive, and for Tutuban Center, the crowds are getting thicker—Christmas time is definitely here!

For Tutuban Center, one of the country’s most popular shopping destinations, the holiday season is usually marked by a big increase in shoppers, along with an abundance of sales in stores. This year is no different, but to formally start this year’s Yuletide season, a special Christmas tree lighting ceremony took place last November 30 at 7:00PM at the Tutuban Center open area.

The gigantic Christmas tree at Tutuban Center.

“The ‘ber’ months definitely bring bigger crowds to Tutuban Center, and it only gets bigger as December 25 comes near,” said Sylvia Tecson, VP for Leasing and Marketing of Tutuban Properties, Inc.  “We are all definitely feeling the holiday season, and what better way to make this season truly come alive than by lighting up a big Christmas tree right here in Tutuban Center.”

The lighting ceremony was marked by a countdown followed by a fireworks display. The crowd was treated to entertainment from special guest performers as well as a choral competition and parol-making contest.  Winners of the Bonifacio Day Sale raffle was also announced at the event.

GMA Kapuso star Benjamin Alvis took center-stage and gave an awesome performance.

Crowd trooped the Tutuban Center stage enjoying top performances.

Countdown to Christmas Tree lighting.

Now the lights are on and the fireworks are illuminating the brightly lit sky.

 “This is our own simple way of spreading joy and good cheer to our dear shoppers. For anyone who wants an exciting and colorful Yuletide experience, Tutuban Center is the place to be,” Tecson added.

I saw Santa at Tutuban Center.

 Shoppers looking for the best deals and gift ideas can enjoy a wide variety of items at Tutuban Center at affordable prices. From clothes, accessories and gadgets for men and women, to toys for the kids, as well as plenty of food choices, Tutuban Center has something for every member of the family.

Christmas season or not Tutuban has been part of my bargain hunting  escapades for many years now. I always find interesting items at the best prices at Tutuban and it never fails me. Just imagine the great savings I made than shopping elsewhere. I just love the midnight sale- where I get to see and buy items that are sometimes hard to find at low prices. And beside shopping I love food tripping here too. Just make sure you are in your most comfy wear and shoes and bring a nice durable big shopping bag for all your goodies. :)


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