Largest assembly of importers, manufacturers join post-Christmas sale on Jan. 8 in Greenhills

THE largest assemblage of manufacturers, mall suppliers, importers, wholesalers and retailers will take part in the much-awaited and biggest post-Christmas clearance sale this year, the 23rd Fiesta Fair Manila from January 8 to February 1 at the Greenhills Shopping Center on Ortigas Avenue, San Juan City.

The fair, which preempts similar events undertaken by other shopping destinations in the metropolis, will have 1,400 stalls exhibiting items that will surely be a magnet for bargain hunters—novelty items, giveaways, RTWs, jewelry, footwear, leather goods, undergarments, local arts and crafts, contemporary and antique furniture, home furnishings, cell phones and accessories and food items. Shoppers will also have a glimpse of the latest fashion color for 2016.

Fair organizer Prime Asia Trade Planners and Convention Organizers, headed by Henry G. Babiera, said that since this event happens only once a year, he sees a surge of shoppers scouting for the best bargains among the remaining items of exhibitors whose aim is zero inventory for January.

Babiera who earned the monicker “Tiangge King” for initiating a flea market of this scale and magnitude a couple of years back, referred to the fair as the incubator of microindustries and would-be entrepreneurs, stressing that it is in support of the government’s “Buy Pinoy Products” campaign which has been institutionalized for decades.

First mounted in 1993, the fair has become almost an institution and has never failed to entice hundreds of shoppers from all parts of the metropolis who want value for their money and a place where they can shop conveniently and safely. Since its inception, the fair has propelled the career of budding entrepreneurs.

Store hours at the fair are from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays and from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekends.


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