As long as you can trust yourself to not get tempted to buy anything, exhibitions
are a great time. And while that's not great for the stalls, this one's come at
an even wrong time. For, in case they didn't know, there's another
rather bigger one on in town. Well, we suppose some schedules are too rigid.
2001, a consumer expo organized by Supremo Trade Fairs in August, is back
again with a wider range of consumer goods from India and 5 other countries, for
a 10-day period.
In its latest "National Consumer Exhibition" to be held at the Nizam College Grounds, some of the items it will exhibit are electronics, home appliances, electrical accessories, gas stoves, crockery, satellite receivers, household products, microwave utensils, leather goods, furniture (imported), wrought iron handicrafts, Gujarati and other handicrafts, fitness equipment, gift articles, CFL lamps, water scoot guns, aluminium ladders, detachable TV stands, imported cookware, solar waterheaters, books and stationery, chapathi makers, rocking chairs and kitchen chimneys.
Apart from the above, health drinks, herbal products, TV trolleys, electrical divine lamps, cosmetics, condiments, pillows/bedsheets, tubular furniture, snack makers, floor lamps, mobile workstations, educational programs, bean bags, interiors, soda makers, instant geysers, milk products, ice creams, Punjabi joothis, salwars, sofa-cum-beds, kitchen items, acupressure equipment, holiday & leisure packages, low calorie drinks, glassware, Kashmir leather, sportswear-v-slicers, cleaning aids, kidswear, churan & supari, tandoor machines, and nail polish & stain removers will also be displayed.
Some of the special items are carpets from Belgium, suiting from
Scotland, dry flowers from Australia, garments from Karachi and
photo frames from the United Kingdom. Zero percent interest finance schemes,
hire purchase schemes, exchange facility and free home delivery (by Digital Shoppy)
are some of the highlights of this exhibition. All major credit cards are accepted.
Please contact 98482-43823 for further details.