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Big promotion for Christmas and ​New Year​’s Day

Big promotion for Christmas and ​New Year​’s Day

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This is a special occasion for us. December is the time of shopping sprees and discounts! This week LIFT highlights the best deals in town.

New Year men’s fashion is colorful. Coming straight from Thailand, Hong Kong and mainland China, high quality clothes are waiting just for you.

Road Menswear shop is one of a kind. Road Menswear offers discounts up to 40% til 10 January, 2013. For more information, head directly there on Kampuchea Krom Blvd or call 012 791 229 / 089 830 208.

New Year ladies’ fashion, Carino purses and matching shoes are a must at this time of year and can be found on Preah Sihanouk Blvd. Products are discounted up to 70% til December 31. Don’t wait and call: 023 221 014.

Children spread happiness. Children should be supported and it is important to raise them in an environment fostering their ability and intelligence.

Head to Kuang Heng Bicycle Shop opposite Bak Touk High school. Kuang Heng Bicycle shop carries New Year’s promotions discounting items up to 70% from the original price until 15 January, 2013. For professional bicycles, choose Brand GIANT shop’s selection and enjoy a 10% discount.

For more information, please call 023 880 590 / 023 880 596.

Christmas time brings about its lot of health-related issues. Eyesight is one of them. So stay focus and think of KHMER optic! With 4 branche located on street 270 (old stadium), street 271 (Heng Ly market), Monireth Blvd (Stung meanchey) and near the olympic stadium, KHMER optic offers up to a 50% discount on selected items until 11 January, 2013. For more information, please call: 017 85 77 99 / 016 20 20 66.

Look carefully around your house, you will probably find something you want to change. SUABOLI Leon shop can help you do the job! Located on street 217, this shop offers special discounts up to 40%. For more information, please call: 092 78 88 11 / 089 88 28 11.

Something is a bit off in your bathroom? Want to change it? Lay-green bathroom equipment supplier has the solution for you! With high standard equipment, their 10% promotion on all bathroom equipment until 7 January, 2013 will amaze you. For more information, please call: 012 34 57 86 / 023 6988 555.

KHMER food village will enhance your Christmas experience of happiness and love! Located near Dream Land and Diamond Island, swing by and enjoy a 10% discount but don’t forget your coupon!

Fresh Pizza shop brings you that taste of overseas Australian culture. Special promotion! Buy one, get one free! On weekend, one large pizza will get you a free extra dish. At FRESH Pizza, packages of 1 big pizza, 2 milk shakes, 1 cake and couple toys come at a $13,00 charge. FRESH pizza is located on street 163. For more information, please call: 092 410 004.

Last but not least, for perfumes, colognes and other deodorants, check out PS perfume shop on street 214. With a “buy one, get one free” promotion, bottles sell at 10$ to 25$.

For more information, call 012 86 22 26 / 092 72 5555. 

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