Monday, December 21, 2015

Liberty Center

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Liberty City Center: 70th Anniversary

PRESS RELEASE: PHLPost issues LCC Mall 70th anniversary commemorative stamps

The Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPost) released commemorative stamps highlighting the 70th founding anniversary of Bicol-based Liberty City Center Shopping Complex.
LCC Mall was established in 1945 by businessman Tan Chu Lim and wife Tan Sy Sa as a small store called “Liberty Bazaar”.
The first store was opened in Tabaco City in Albay province. Liberty Bazaar’s steady and dramatic growth through the years paved the way for the company's expansion. The store was later named Liberty Commercial Center Inc. setting up its first LCC branch in 1981 in Legazpi City.
According to its website, LCC-Liberty Commercial Center Inc. is one of the pioneering operator of commercial establishments in Albay Province and the Bicol Region. The group operates supermarkets, department stores, food outlets and malls. It also has branches in Naga City, Sorsogon City, Ligao City, Polangui, Guinobatan, Camalig, Nabua, Pili, Daraga and Iriga City.
The special souvenir commemorative stamps is dedicated to all the partners, suppliers, vendors and other stakeholders of LCC-Liberty Commercial Center as it proudly celebrate its 70 years of taking care of the Bicolanos.
The stamp features the new Liberty City Center (LCC) - Shopping Complex in Legaspi City, Albay with the anniversary logo and slogan printed at the background. 

PHLPost commissioned security printer Amstar Co. to print 101,000 copies of the stamps, to be sold at P15 each.
The stamps and official first day cover will be available starting December 21, 2015 or until supply last at the Post Shop, Central Post Office, Door 203, Liwasang Bonifacio, Manila and area post offices nationwide. For inquiries, please call 527-01-08 or 527-01-32.

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