This morning has been the presentation of the X edition of the Stock Clearance Fair that will take place in Torre-Pacheco this weekend.
The Mayor of Torre-Pacheco, Antonio León accompanied by the Councilor for Local Development, Rosalía Rosique have been responsible for reporting on the event.
Promoted by the Department of Commerce of the City Council of Torre-Pacheco, the next 2, 3 and 4 March will be held the X Fair Outlet 2018, fair liquidation of stocks that will have its location in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Paseo Villa Esperanza and Fontes Avenue, uninterrupted from 10 in the morning to 8 in the afternoon.
The activity will be concluded on Sunday, March 12 at 2:00 p.m.
The objective of this activity is to cooperate with the commercial reactivation, offering a space in which the shops of the municipality can be located and, respecting the purpose of the Outlet, offer liquidation items, belonging to collections or past seasons, (but that keep intact their quality levels), at a price substantially reduced compared to the previous amount.
Due to the rapidity with which the collections are currently replaced, the Outlet is a formula to give an adequate exit to the warehouse surplus.
But the activity offers a double performance: it allows the merchant to vacate the warehouse stock, freeing merchandise deposits, and the consumer to purchase quality products at very attractive prices, obtaining great discounts on all items.
The Outlet will have the presence of 26 commercial spaces belonging to the municipality, which have requested their participation in the open period for this purpose, showing a great reception and involvement with the activity, which has allowed to include a wide variety of women's fashion products , gentleman and child, decoration, home, footwear, jewelry, accessories, and endless opportunities for the whole family.
The participating shops are Alma, Atar, Calzados Begoña, Calzados Cristi, Cervera Zapaterías, Dandara, Dekoratr3s, Eden Infantil, El Metro, Esmeralda Hairdressers, Gilfi, Gregorio Ropas, Happy Sun, Herbalife, Iskia, La Lola, Marengo, Steven Children's Fashion , Antonio Modas, Calher Optics, Petit Moly, Pinoche-Chivei, Quival, Reche, Treasures, and Tupperware.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Torre Pacheco