THE most wonderful time of the year has begun, as SM Supermalls in the city unveiled their Christmas centerpieces.
SM San Fernando Downtown was first to light up its Christmas display on November 4 led by SM Supermalls Regional Operations Manager North IV Andrea Madlangbayan, City of San Fernando Vice Mayor Jimmy Lazatin, Councilor BJ Lagman, and Department of Trade and Industry Pampanga Provincial Director Elenita Ordonio.
SM City Pampanga was next to light up its Christmas display with a 30-foot Christmas tree adorned with huge Santa Claus ornaments, colorful Christmas balls, and lights.
The lighting ceremonies of the Christmas display at SM City Pampanga were led by SM Supermalls Assistant Vice President Engr. Junias Eusebio, SM Supermalls Regional Operations Manager North IV Madlangbayan, City of San Fernando Vice Mayor Lazatin, Pampanga Provincial Board Member Rosve Henson, and Mexico Municipal Engineer Jess Punzalan.
Meanwhile, SM City Telabastagan Christmas display lighting ceremonies on November 5 was led by SM Supermalls Regional Operations Manager North IV Madlangbayan, City of San Fernando Vice Mayor Lazatin, Councilor Lagman, Angeles City Vice Mayor Vicky Vega-Cabigting, and DTI-Pampanga Provincial Director Ordonio.
These Christmas displays are all multi-functional where shoppers can take photos, dine, and shop. The displays will be up until January 6, 2022.
The yearly lighting of SM’s Christmas centerpiece is a way of bringing mall-goers together in the celebration of the Yuletide Season.
CHRISTMAS MOOD. AUF alumni dancers perform Christmas songs during the SM City Pampanga Christmas centerpiece lighting. (Chris Navarro)
November 09, 2021
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