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Ramadan Nights to kick off today at Expo Centre


A file picture of Ramadan Nights 2018.

The 17-day Ramadan Nights will kick off today Thursday, May 23 and will continue until June 8, amid an extraordinary atmosphere, exciting offers and exclusive discounts up to 75 per cent which are considered one of the biggest discounts at the Emirate level.

Ramadan Nights is an integral part of the 30th edition of Sharjah Ramadan Festival, organised by the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI). Sharjah Ramadan Festival is one of the distinguished shopping destinations which delivers the finest shopping experience to residents and tourists. It features a wide range of activities and raffle draws offering exciting prizes to lucky shoppers.

The fair is a perfect opportunity for those who are looking for appropriate places to spend their Ramadan nights with all members of family and friends, and enjoying a wonderful shopping experience ahead of the ensuing Eid Al Fitr celebrations.

Visitors can also enjoy various international cuisines, besides heritage, cultural and artistic programmes. The event is also featuring a gaming arena for fun and entertainment activities that will cater to visitors of all ages and a dedicated kid’s play area.

Heavy turnout of retailers to participate in Ramadan Nights

“As one of the largest annual shopping activities in the Emirate of Sharjah, we were keen that this year’s edition of Ramadan Nights has to keep pace with the directives of our wise leadership in terms of promoting shopping tourism, which is one of the UAE’s most touristic prominent patterns,” said Saif Mohamed Al Midfa, CEO, Expo Centre Sharjah.

“The fair is witnessing a heavy turnout of retailers, luxurious brands, world’s renowned restaurants. Simply put, Ramadan Nights is an ideal platform for participating outlets to approach a considerable number of visitors, so as to promote shopping tourism in the Emirate of Sharjah,” he added.

“At Ramadan Nights, residents and visitors have a unique opportunity to take advantage of exciting offers, attractive shopping campaigns and exclusive discounts offered by retailers over a broad range of products, with the chance to get enormous gifts and valuable prizes,” Al Midfa pointed out.

He also shed light on Ramadan Nights’ outstanding position as one of the favored destinations for all members of the family to spend interesting times during the Holy Month of Ramadan.

A unique collection of world-famous brands

Baby Shop, AA Sons, Safeer Group, Union Co-op, Skechers, Nishat Linen, Soft Touch Jewellers LLC, Emirates Modern Poultry Co, Al Mandoos Trading co, Shadow Carpets, Home wide and Homestyle, are among the participants who are showcasing their products at the event.

Also, a number of government institutions and civilian authorities working in the Emirate of Sharjah are taking part in Ramadan Nights. This will help visitors learn more about various programmes supported by these entities.

Ramadan Nights this year is featuring a cross-section of exhibits including; gifts, new products, perfumes, cosmetics, health care products, electrical appliances, household furnishings, furniture and interiors, textiles and fashion, clothing and sports equipment, stationery, foodstuff, natural and artificial flowers, mobile phones, computers and their accessories, children’s toys, jewelry and many more.

Ramadan Nights will open its doors to visitors from 8 pm to 2 am daily throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan.

Located in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Expo Centre Sharjah naturally commands a strategic position at the heart of the region’s business and commercial hub. As a stable and dynamic country, the UAE is an established gateway to the Middle East and beyond into the CIS region, North Africa and the Indian Subcontinent.

Established in 1977 by the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Expo Centre Sharjah was the first facility of its kind in the UAE and today, with its recent expansion, is at the forefront of trade fairs, exhibitions and conventions in the region.

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