We eat, we sleep, we party, we blow money on getting the best things for ourselves.
In a phrase, we live life. And most probably we'll be seen outside St. Paul's
gate, trying to haggle an entry into paradise. After all, the years of being
a Hyderabadi need to pay off, right?
And then once in a while, God lets us redeem ourselves in his eyes by doing
something charitable. The instrument for this redemption here is, Shoppers Stop.
Pioneered by Shoppers Stop in 2003, this unique offer promises to return to
society much of what Shoppers Stop has gained over the last 11 years of its
operations. This charity programme allows customers to donate their old garments
and accessories, and earn attractive discounts of upto Rs. 500 on new purchases
. Merchandise that will be part of the Wardrobe Exchange Offer will include:
old shirts, trousers, ties, suits, jackets, blazers, kurtas, T-shirts, winterwear,
ethnicwear, salwar kameezes, dupattas, sarees, nightwear, trousers, shirts,
and products like watches, sunglasses, shoes, toys, and even bedsheets.
The old clothes given by you will be collected and given to the Concern India
foundation. The first year of the initiative helped Concern India Foundation
gather over 60,000 garments. Make sure that the clothes you get to exchange
are in wearable condition. Each discount coupon is redeemable on one bill only.
We anyway want to buy new clothes and we anyway want to get rid of those old
ones. Why not do it for a good cause?
For further information please contact 2776-1080 or 2776-1084.