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Up to 75% discounts at Ramadan Nights at Expo Centre Sharjah

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May. 21, 19 | 3:28 pm

Sharjah’s epic retail festival for Ramadan and Eid shoppers is back.

Offering ultimate shopping experience during the second half of the holy month and during Eid Al Fitr, curtains have gone up on Ramadan Nights at Expo Centre Sharjah.

“Ramadan and Eid celebrations in the UAE are incomplete without multiple visits to Expo Centre Sharjah which transforms into a massive shopping and entertainment platform during the 17 days of the Ramadan Nights,” Mr.Saif Mohammed Al Midfa, CEO, Expo Centre Sharjah.

“If you are looking for some great bargains from leading brands, or some lip-smacking food or entertainment options to engage little ones, there is no better family-friendly place than Ramadan Nights in the country right now,”Mr.Sultan Shattaf, Marketing and Business development manager, Expo Centre Sharjah.

As in the past, shopping is the mainstay of the event, with scores of leading retail chains and international and local brands presenting their finest range of products on display and sale. What’s more, visitors can enjoy up to 75% discounts on a wide range of products, which are available exclusively at Ramadan Nights.

Nearly 50 leading brands and retail giants will be vying for visitors’ attention at the event. They include Brand Bazaar,  Brands4U, Baby Shop, Ballessimo Cosmetics & Perfumes, Splash, Union Coop, Xpression Style, Al Tawaoon Polyster Factory, GrandStores, Home Plus Electronics, Homestyle, Smart Baby, Skechers,  Thumbay Pharmacy,  Naturalizer, Nautica, Nine West, Escada, Cerruti 1881, Police, and Aigner, among others.

“We have multiple brands and chains present from every retail segment, right from Fashion, Sports, Household goods,Electronics, Eyewear, Perfumes & Cosmetics, Home furniture, to Foodstuff and Toys. Among them, these exhibitors are offering the trendiest of products at the best rates in town. This makes Ramadan Nights the hottest retail destination this season,” said Mr.Jacob Varghese, Director of LIZ Exhibitions, the associate partner of the event.

 

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