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Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Christmas At Evia

The Holiday Season has just started and Evia Lifestyle Center recently lighted its giant Christmas Tree. And to make the event more special, Santa Claus graced the event and gave sweets to the kids and kids-at-heart.

Vista City, the premier development in the South treats everyone with their Grand Parol Lights Displays, A Holiday Secret Garden, and a huge Snowglobe in Portofino, Ponticelli, and Camella Cerritos. Of course, not to be left behind is Evia Lifestyle Center which has a whole array of treats for mall goers.

The Christmas kick-off celebration at Evia started off with Santa Claus gracing the event and giving cheers (and photo ops) to children, a ballet performance, Christmas carols by the Lyceum choir, and a mini-concert by Richard Poon.

Of course, the event won't be complete without the tradition Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.

The 1,500 hectare Vista City spans from Muntinlupa, Las Pinas, Cavite and Laguna is not easily accessible via the SLEX-MCX, making traveling from the Metro a breeze.

"The aim for Vista City is to attract residents in the upper, mid-range, and starter home categories, and a range of commercial locators, businesses including the business process and outsourcing companies and IT-heavy sectors, healthcare entities, leisure facilities, and innovative educational institutions such as corporate universities and schools for new technologies," says Chairman Manny Villar, Vista Land and Lifescapes Inc.

This Holiday Season is truly cheerful at Vista City as this is a place where "synergies among different community systems come to life."

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