Happy Sunday Introduces a whole new shopping experience.


 

ImageGrand sales have been done and all end up as though it’s an auction taking place. Well, on the 13th April, 2014, Happy Sunday UG in partnership with Red Cross Uganda will carry out a special Easter Sale and blood donation drive at the Uganda Museum Grounds starting from 9am – 6pm. This is going to be the first time for Happy Sunday to carry out such an activity. What draws this Easter sale apart is something very simple yet advantageous; all sales are under Shs 50,000 and nothing more. People will be selling and buying everything from household materials to beauty products, baked goods, clothes, jewelry, toys and art. With the support of the Red Cross, the public will be donating blood as part of a drive to increase the blood stocks in our hospitals. Speaking to the founder of Happy Sunday, this is what she had to say; “Happy Sunday is aimed at giving Ugandans a nouvelle, affordable and exciting shopping experience this Easter season. The fact that all our sales will be below the UGX 50,000 mark, makes it different and more attractive for everyone to come and buy something.” Happy Sunday is giving sellers an opportunity to break out and introduce their brands to a large market. Anyone with something to sell, can still book a 3*3 stall for just Shs 30,000. There are plenty of fun activities and people can bring their families too. Happy Sunday is envisioned to be the next shopper’s fixture in Uganda which will capitalize on different themes so as to give consumers an exciting Buy, sale, experience. Be there and have a memorable Sunday. For booking and more inquiries; call: 0751809206 or 0752651229 or 0701557080

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