The Director General of Trade and Crafts, Julio José Lorenzo, today with the mayor of Sewell, Lazarus Mellado, the Second Fair Outlet of the municipality, in which 45 shops, 19 more than last year, will offer top brand products at greatly reduced prices for four days, from 11 to 14 March.
The exhibition will be located in the Plaza Adolfo Suárez, from 10:30 am to 14:00 and 17:00 to 21:00, and customers will have two hours free parking.
The second edition of the Outlet, whose motto is 'You have everything to everyone', is organized by the City Sewer in collaboration with the Ministry of Universities, Business and Research, coordinated by the Directorate General of Trade and Crafts Merchants Association and the municipality.
Lorenzo noted that the Fair, part of the Plan to Promote Retail Distribution Sector of the Region of Murcia 2008-2010, "is a very effective tool for streamlining the business, while revitalizing businesses around the town and the surrounding parishes, as in this case, involving the Seca Sangonera shops, Puebla de Soto, Javalí New Javalí Viejo, and San Ginés Nonduermas. "
The director general added that "the fair also aims to strengthen the image of quality and professionalism of local trade and thereby increase customer loyalty and reach new audiences, by offering many different items in liquidation, at very affordable prices, plus serve to give traders dispose of their stocks, above all related to fashion and accessories. "
Outlet fairs are being conducted for a year in different towns in the region yielding very good results, "as in the case of Sewell, who last edition was visited by some 44,000 people and 82 percent of businesses participants said they had been surpassed their sales expectations, and this same percentage were not regular customers who came to the Outlet stores.
The director general further stressed that "trust and consumer loyalty in the trade have a faithful exponent Sewer, especially as the government and trade associations 'pitch in' with the common goal of promoting responsible consumption, the turn, will fuel the industry. "