This year Ramadan Nights feature more than 300 exhibitors.
The activities of the Ramadan Nights 2021, the ultimate shopping, entertainment, culinary, and cultural destination for 17 nights, the region’s largest and most popular Ramadan fair, is currently underway at the Expo Centre Sharjah.
The first week of the exhibition saw a heavy turnout of visitors who flocked to the venue to grab the incredible deals and exclusive discounts of up to 70% on a wide range of products offered by more than 300 exhibitors and 1,000 brands.
"Once again, the Ramadan Nights Exhibition establishes itself as an awesome social season capable of attracting a high turnout of shoppers and exhibitors alike. With this high number of shoppers, we could say that the exhibition has proven its success in revitalizing retail traffic and sales and domestic tourism across the emirate,” said Saif Mohammed Al Midfa, CEO, Expo Centre Sharjah.
When asked about their impressions of the exhibition, a large number of visitors and shoppers expressed their great satisfaction with the high quality and variety of products and the huge discounts offered by the exhibiting companies on fashion, sports equipment, handicraft products, artifacts, home appliances, and foodstuff.
The Ramadan Nights will be open for visitors from 8 pm to 1 am daily.
The exhibition also offers raffle draws on valuable prizes and brand-new BMW car, in addition to many shopping vouchers and precious gifts.
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