Shopping Village at World's Fair

Posted: February 23, 2014


Shopping Village (World's Fair info here) – The World's Fair features a vendor shopping village. It is a great way to showcase a product to a big audience. If you're interested in purchasing a table contact As a shopper, be prepared to enjoy a huge selection of vendors.

Congratulations to Junior Ingrid Yiu, the winner of the World's Fair logo design contest. Her design will be featured on our printed materials as well as in our decorations!

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