Vision Group’s Bride and Groom expo for June
Publish Date: Mar 31, 2014
Vision Group’s Bride and Groom expo for June
Bride and Groom Editor (2nd left) Cynthia Nankumba with the Magazine Stylist (Left) Rebecca Nalunga, Events supervisor Joweria Nabuuma and the Manager Sales Jacqueline Taweka at press conference. PHOTO/Nicholas Oneal
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By Nicholas oneal                           

Vision Group will from June 27 to 29 this year hold the sixth Bride and Groom expo 2014.

The Editor Bride and Groom Cynthia Nankumba said that this year’s expo will attract over 112 exhibitors.

“Every year we reward the best stalls. This time round we have included the best cake makers,” said Nankumba.
The event will be held at UMA Lugogo exhibition Hall. Entrance will be sh7000.

Vision Group Events supervisor Joweria Nabuuma called upon interested exhibitors to register at Vision Group office.


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