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The Hindu MetroPlus Lifestyle Show to be held in five venues in its fifth edition

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The Hindu MetroPlus Lifestyle Show to be held in five venues in its fifth edition

The Hindu Metro Plus Lifestyle Show, touted as one of South India’s largest shopping extravaganzas offering a variety of product categories under one roof, is back. Beginning with Chennai in 2004, the Show spread to three cities in 2005, seven cities in 2006, and nine cities in 2007. This year, the Lifestyle Show would be organised in Chennai, Madurai, Coimbatore, Vijayawada and Vizagapatam.

The first leg of the five-day show would unfold at the Chennai Trade Centre on June 5 and culminate on June 9. The Show will bring together a host of big brands and showcase a range of lifestyle products. It will also see international presence with a special Thai corner presenting quintessential Thai jewellery, textiles and handicrafts. This apart, representatives from Pakistan and Kenya would also showcase decorative pieces in onyx and variety of fabrics.

Nearly 285 stalls spread over a sprawling 120,000 sq ft area at the Chennai Trade Centre would offer consumers a range of choices. On display would be consumer electronic products, computers, IT products, automobiles and accessories, furniture and furnishing, kitchen accessories, home appliances, bathroom fittings, arts and handicrafts, beauty and health care products, and home needs, among many others.

Samsung is the main sponsor of the event for the fourth successive year.


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