35 days long Ludhiana shopping festival concluded at MBD Neopolis Mall

 

Assistant Professor of SCD Govt Reena Kansal won the bumper prize a Tata Tiago car

 

 

Ludhiana: Ludhiana shopping festival concluded at MBD Neopolis Mall. Assistant Professor of SCD Govt Reena Kansal, resident of Mall Enclave won the bumper prize a Tata Tiago car. The second prize phantom cycle was won by Manjot Singh Dhaliwal. Third prize was won by Harsh by Sterling Resorts. The residents of Ludhiana made the most of the end of season sale during the Ludhiana Shopping Festival  at MBD Neopolis Mall that commenced on July 1 and concluded on August 6. This was a festival where the major brands of the mall offered huge discounts on their merchandise. A special event to mark a successful festival, a kids’ fashion show was held on August 5 in which children of ages 4 years to 13 years participated. The fashion show was sponsored by Maxx.

 

 

In order to take part in the draw, the participants have purchased merchandise from various stores in the mall for Rs 5000.. Bumper winner Reena Kansal was on cloud nine said, “I feel very lucky because there are so many people who shop in Ludhiana, however she is the one that won the car.”

 

Mall manager Sandeep Rawat said, “The motive for the End of Season Sale Ludhiana Shopping Festival is to introduce the shoppers to new varieties in various brand stores.” He said that at MBD Neopolis mall a person gets every brand under one roof for all age groups, he said mall is one stop destination for shopping, dining out, kids and we always believe in innovations and adding news things for visitors.

 

General Manager from Dada Motors Vikram said, “Tata Motors participates in these kinds of promotions and festivals. Telling about the features of the car he said that this is a family car.”

 

In the 35 day long activity visitors at the mall enjoyed the game of snakes and ladders, PS 4 games, tattoo making, inflatable cartoon Micky Mouse, selfie zone with printout of their pictures. Visitors in the mall also enjoyed the game of tambola.  Not only that, a summer camp was organised  for 15 days where kids learnt dance, martial arts, art and craft and pottery among other things. Now at the end of the festival the participants of the summer camp will walk the ramp in the fashion show.

 

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