World Bazaar Festival- Showcasing Christmas and Consumer Goods
World Bazaar Festival, the largest marketplace for Christmas and consumer goods is growing bigger with each passing edition!
To be held from December 2, 2011 to December 18, 2011, World Bazaar Festival will be bubbling with action. The World Trade Center Metro Manila, the venue for this premier event, will be the most sought after joint for people of all age groups for over a fortnight. A veritable season of celebration, this event will definitely add to the festivities with its excellent exhibits and its extensively wide range of products that are market hits.
Having experienced an overwhelming attendance from more than 180,000 visitors in its previous edition, World Bazaar Festival is expected to draw even more attendees this year with its refreshed new look and the inclusion of a lot more products from big brands.
World Bazaar Festival will be presented by Worldbex Services International, one of the best known companies in its category. With an excellent planning and execution, this event will be a sparkling affair.
World Bazaar Festival will boast of an amazing collection of products such as fashion footwear, fashion jewelry, household appliances, clothing and apparels, bags, souvenir items, home and office furnishings, Christmas decors and travel goods, leather goods, books, music products, perfumes and a wide range of other gift and hobby items. More than 500 exhibition booths will offer these products in an environment that spells shopping, entertainment and more!
Having something for everyone, World Bazaar Festival has all it takes to transform shopping into an indulgence!
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