After the successful staging of the 2nd Binondo Warehouse Sale last summer, shoppers and exhibitors alike can’t wait for the 3rd BINONDO WAREHOUSE SALE. It will be a week-long event from November 12 to 18, 2012 at the Ground Floor of the State Center Investment Building, along Juan Luna St., just across the St. Lorenzo Ruiz Church.

The event promises to attract thousands of shoppers because it is right at the heart of the Binondo district that bustles daily with trade and commerce among Chinese and local folks.

The summer staging of the event last March drew overwhelming praises from over 30 brand owners and managers, as well as from shoppers from around the metropolis who enjoyed huge discounts on great selections.

For this Christmas edition, you will find new brands and bigger discounts being offered and wider choices of shoes, apparel, perfumes, sporting goods, accessories and other specialty items.

As usual, admission is free and all major credit cards are accepted. So before the Christmas Shopping RUSH begins, make your way to the 3rd Binondo Warehouse Sale. You’ll be surprised that with the wide array of choices, you can find something that you’ll need long after the Christmas season is gone.

Organized by MCT Events Management and in partnership with RCBC Bankard, with Media Partners; The Manila Times, Business Mirror, Philippine Graphic, Pinoy Best Deals, and,

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For more information about the event, call MCT Events Management at 502-1546 or 399-2935.

You may also follow MCT Events Management Facebook Fanpage: or in twitter: @mcteventsmngmnt for more updates in this event.

*This is a sponsored post. Manila Reviews is a Media Partner of the 3rd Binondo Warehouse Sale.

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