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Bride and Groom expo exhibitors meet
Publish Date: Jun 20, 2014
Bride and Groom expo exhibitors meet
File photo of a in lingerie during a fashion show at last year’s Expo.
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By Hellen Mutoni
 
The number of visitors at this year’s Bride & Groom Expo is expected to double. 
 
With over 100 exhibitors comprising the best service providers in the wedding industry, 10 workshops on marital issues, caking baking and bridal beauty as well as six fashion shows, visitors are in for a real treat!
There are lots of prizes for the lucky visitors. 
 
Shaahid R. Jemani, director of RAK ceramics and sanitary ware Ltd will give away a bathroom and a kitchen worth sh5m at the expo. 
 
All one has to do is fill out a coupon at their stall and stand a chance to be among the two lucky winners. 
Last year’s expo attracted over 8,000 visitors. 
 
The event, slated for June 27th -29th, 2014 will only require visitors to pay an entrance fee of sh7,000 so as to catch the action.  
 
Preparations for the Bride & Groom Expo 2014 are in high spirits. 
 
Vision Group organisers of the Expo on Thursday met the exhibitors for a final briefing of the exhibition at the UMA conference hall.
 
The large turn up for the briefing was proof that the expo over the years has yielded good results. 
 
Joweria Nabuuma, Vision Group’s events planner urged the exhibitors to reach out to masses on their social media pages. 
 
“Most of you have a large social media following, use those platforms to inform your customers about your stall at the expo,” she advised.
 
PEPSI and AFDAL are sponsoring the Food Court, while Darling Hair Company is sponsoring the Fashion shows.
 
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