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A shower of shopping treats, surprises at Araneta Center 3-day sale

The Araneta Center unleashes a shower of shopping treats and exciting surprises at the much-anticipated Rainy Day Sale on August 15 to 18. Shoppers can enjoy 70% off on a wide range of retail stores at the Gateway Mall, The News Farmers Plaza and Ali Mall and be delighted by mall shows and concert ticket give-aways.

Shake off the rainy day blues with an exciting line-up of activities at the Araneta Center Malls. Fresh talents from Viva Records, sexy pop siren Sheng Belmonte and urban rapper Pio Balbuena will be dishing out the entertainment on August 16, 4 p.m. at the New Farmers Plaza Mall. On August 17, K-pop fans from all over the Philippines will converge in a grand meet-up at 2 p.m. at Ali Mall, and at 8 p.m., mall-goers will be serenaded by local Bossa Nova bands at the Flavors outdoor food market.

Topping off the treats is the “Rainy with a chance of Shinee” online promo happening from August 15-22 which gives shoppers a chance to win tickets each to the much-awaited “K-Pop Republic” concert on September 7. To join, simply like the Araneta Center Facebook page www.facebook.com/aranetacenter, come up with the best Korean Pop look and take a picture at the Rainy Day Sale displays at the Gateway Mall, Ali Mall, or New Farmers Plaza. Upload the picture on Facebook with the hash tag #AranetaCenterRainyDaySale and share. The top 3 photos with the most number of shares on Facebook by August 30 will win 2 tickets each.

For more exciting news on the Rainy Day Sale and the Araneta Center, visit www.aranetacenter.net

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