LP - Companies and Organizations

Companies and Organizations

  • Latin Percussion, percussion instrument company
  • LeapPad, an educational children's toy made in 1999
  • Liberal Party, a type of political party
  • Libertarian Party (disambiguation), a type of political party
  • Limited partnership or a Limited Partner, in corporate law
  • Líneas Aéreas Nacionales or LAN Peru, IATA code
  • Little People, a toy brand
  • Lonely Planet, a travel guidebook publisher
  • Louisiana-Pacific, a corporation
  • Lowercase people, an organization founded by rock band Switchfoot

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