Mérida, Yucatan, (December 17, 2021) .- This December 18 and 19, the third edition of the Expo Big Bazar Mérida will be held at the Rotary Club of Mérida. In addition to marketing products from local entrepreneurs and established companies, it seeks to contribute to the donation of new or used toys for the benefit of low-income children.
Fátima Briceño, member of the Organizing Committee, explained that there are more than 60 brands participating, among the items are jewelry, investment land, also bags, clothing, footwear, accessories, home decor, art, handicrafts.
“We have young entrepreneurs up to already registered brands. The Big Bazar Expo will be taking place at the Rotary Club of Mérida on December 18 and 19 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., both days. On those same dates they can bring new toys, they can be toys in good condition and all these toys are for the benefit of children in the municipality of Maní ”, he highlighted.
“We hope to collect more than five thousand toys, it is the goal, and the Rotary Club is in charge of making the delivery, which will be on December 25, the day of the Indigenous Child Christmas in Maní,” she continued.
It was also reported that various activities will be carried out for the whole family, such as the projection of holograms in which the little ones will be able to see images of Santa’s workshop; what he does at that time, whether it is writing or making toys for children.
There will also be an Inflatable Christmas Village, where attendees will be able to take pictures and Santa Claus will also be present, so the little ones will be able to spend time with Santa Claus ”, she stressed.
Source: Yucatan ahora
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