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LBC throws exclusive Oktoberfest parties and gives away exciting prizes to celebrate 10th anniversary

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Nov. 08, 18 | 3:19 pm

LBC has celebrated its 10th anniversary through a series of exclusive parties, dubbed as the LBC Oktoberfest, to give back to its customers and to allow OFWs and the Filipino community in the UAE to celebrate the occasion with them.

Ken Peralta, LBC UAE Area Manager said that the Oktoberfest is LBC’s way of saying thanks to its loyal customers who have been with them throughout their journey. “LBC has come a long way and that wouldn’t be possible without the unwavering support and trust of our customers, the Filipino community, and the OFWs in the UAE. We assure you that we will continue to serve you in the years to come,” said Peralta.

Hosted by Dan On The Go from TFT Lifestyle TV, and Josie Romulo and Rico Cardoniga from Tatak Pinoy, the series of parties was held in Karama, Deira, and Abu Dhabi where lucky winners of the minor raffle were announced and were able to receive an LBC Anniversary Box full of groceries with free sending to the Philippines, limited edition shirts, Magic Star Karaoke sets, and restaurant vouchers from Pancake House, Razon’s, Shakey’s, and Ihawan.

Elisa Marin, winner of Philippine Airline roundtrip tickets, said she has been a loyal LBC customer for almost six years now because of their service. “Actually, my sister and I have been an LBC customer for six years when it comes to sending package. Thank you LBC! I am so delighted to win a PAL ticket DXB-MNL-DXB. With LBC, you are sure that your hard earned money is in good hands and also you have the chance to win exciting prizes. I would also like to thank Philippine Airlines for sponsoring the flight ticket. Kudos to all of you! ” Marin said.

Leaders from various Filipino community and bloggers have participated and supported LBC’s events and other activities that are part of the celebration.

“Behind any successful enterprise or organization is its people. LBC, throughout the years in the UAE have been operated by people with a heart and soul. All the men and women who were and who are still part of LBC in the last 10 years have really touched the customers’ lives with the way they served. The staff really show they care. Congratulations!” said Art Los Banos, prominent socio-civic leader in the UAE and a seasoned PR consultant.

The events included fun games and additional raffle surprises for the LBC suki to enjoy. In line with its anniversary, LBC has also announced the upcoming promotions and activities that they will launch towards the end of the year.

“We have a lot of exciting promos that our ka-LBCs will surely enjoy. Our Anniversary Holiday Promo will give our customers more exciting discounted cargo deals and bigger prizes to be won courtesy of LBC and our partners.,” said Allan Bautista, Sales and Marketing Head of LBC Express for the Middle East.

To cap off its month-long anniversary celebration, LBC has drawn its major prizes on November 3. Major prizes include Philippine Airlines roundtrip tickets, Magic Star Karaoke set with Channel Speakers, 43” Television, Gas Range, TFC 1MX Abu Dhabi concert tickets, and Shakey’s vouchers worth AED 300. LBC has also given away free pizzas to Shakey’s customers who dined at the Bur Dubai branch. The full list of raffle winners may be seen on LBC Express Inc.’s official Facebook page.

Philippine Airlines, major sponsor of the LBC Oktoberfest, is glad to support LBC on their anniversary and on its other raffle promos. Magic Star Karaoke, co-sponsor of the event, also shared how grateful they are to partner with LBC.

Suresh Kumar, General Manager of Magic Star Karaoke, said that Magic Star Karaoke is happy to partner with LBC in this occasion. “On behalf of Magic Star Karaoke, we want to congratulate LBC on their 10th anniversary and we would also like to thank them for choosing to partner with us. We are grateful that we could reach out to the Filipino audience in this partnership and we are looking forward to more activities with LBC,” Kumar said.

Watch out for more announcements on LBC’s activities and grander raffle promos as LBC Oktoberfest is just one of the many activities that LBC will be setting out in the upcoming months. One of which is the LBC Anniversary Holiday Promo that they will launch this November where 50 LBC customers can win Php 10,000 Pamasko for their family plus there will also be winners of 10g Gold bar, Magic Star Karaoke, two-way ticket to the Philippines, and many more.

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