Exhibition at Luv FM bridal fair record business boost

Exhibition at Luv FM bridal fair record business boost
Source: Ghana | Luv FM | Prince Appiah
Date: 31-10-2017 Time: 05:10:01:pm

Exhibitors at the 2017 edition of the LUV FM Beauty and Bridal Fair have expressed satisfaction at the outcome of the programme.

The three-day annual event which ended on Sunday showcased products and services in the bridal and fashion industry.

Luv FM Bridal Fair 2017

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Patrons and participants who thronged the round pavilion of the Golden Tulip Kumasi City could not hide their excitement as they danced to diverse tunes.

The fair often provides the platform for exhibitors to make sales, others to advertise their products and make new customers for their wares.

Luv FM Bridal Fair 2017

First-timer exhibitors expressed satisfaction with the turnout and communication with customers and patrons.

Meanwhile, regular exhibitors were impressed with the improvement over the years.

Luv FM Bridal Fair 2017

Sunday, started slower than expected because of church service in the morning but it eventually peaked afternoon when obviously many patrons had closed from church.

The famous and now popular TV Court-room series known as KEJETIA VS MAKOLA, thrilled patrons and fans to climax the evening of the opening on Friday.

Luv FM Bridal Fair 2017

It was preceded by a glamorous Fashion show for the adults.

The Saturday began with a marriage seminar with renowned counselors.

Luv FM Bridal Fair 2017

The children who came with their parents could not wait to showcase their beautiful dresses for another fashion show on Saturday specifically for them.

Meanwhile, event executive with Multimedia-Kumasi, James Hemans says the company is happy with the turnout and participation but will improve upon the event come next year.

Luv FM Bridal Fair 2017

He expressed gratitude to the Golden Tulip Kumasi City and other sponsors for making it a success.

 

  

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