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Feb 10 19, 9:29 am

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The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHILVOLCS) has recently reported about an earthquake that struck Bataan moments ago at 2:02 am, April 24 PH Time (10:02 pm, April 23 UAE time). Tremors were also felt at other areas of Luzon, as well as Metro...

Get discounts for your toy and hobby collection at Otaku Middle East!

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Feb. 10, 19 | 9:29 am

Otaku ME, the one-stop hub for toy collectors and hobbyists in the Middle East, is currently running an exclusive discount promo to get more savings with each purchase of their range of collectibles.

By using discount code: ‘OMETFT10’, shoppers can get up to 10% discounts across their range of items at their shop located at Sunrise Building Showroom, Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Safa 2, Dubai (Near Noor Bank Metro Station, Opposite Side).

Ali Alamar, Sales and Marketing Manager at Otaku Middle East said that the demand for their items is growing by the day especially since the hobby industry is constantly looking for the latest available items to add to their collection: “There is a significant number of modelers who are always looking for the latest product in the hobby industry and we cater to their needs well.  The exciting part for us is to actually grow the number of modelers by introducing the hobby to people who may have never heard of it before.  The demand is there, but we are playing an active role in increasing it.”

Available items include Gundam Model Kits, Tamiya Race Cars and Mini 4WD, Military and Aircraft models, Anime Collectibles, as well as Tools and other Merchandise.

With the variety of items available at their online store, Otaku ME makes sure that it’s a one-stop shop for hobbyists as its online store houses majority of the collectibles that fans look for. “We receive customers from around the globe though our most prominent audience continues to be Filipinos who drop by our store every day of the week. We honestly wouldn’t stand where we are today with the gracious overwhelming support of the community behind us. They are the ones who keep the hobby alive and for that, we are forever thankful,” said Alamar.

Otaku ME is located at Sunrise Building Showroom, Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Safa 2, Dubai (Near Noor Bank Metro Station, Opposite Side). They also have their online shop and official website at http://otakume.com/

 


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