13 Sep 2011

‘Shop ‘Til You Drop’ event returns to Toronto

Torontonians who enjoy shopping are encouraged to mark their calendars, as for the third year in a row, LouLou's annual Shop 'Til You Drop extravaganza will be coming to the GTA.

According to LouLou, a leading Canadian periodical for shopping and celebrity news, the event will take place on Bloor Street between Avenue Road and Yonge Street on September 21 from 5 to 9 p.m. In addition to a variety of discounts offered, there will also be fashion presentations from the likes of Julia Cyboran, LouLou's content director, and Claude Laframboise, the magazine's market editor.

The event will also make stops in Montreal on September 22 and in Vancouver on October 6.

"We know our readers across the country absolutely love to shop, so naturally we want to give them the ultimate shopping experience," said Jose Desmaris, the magazine's publisher. "Shop 'Til You Drop not only entails special deals from our fantastic retail sponsors, it offers practical fashion and trend advice from our shopping experts."

To make room for new purchases, shopping enthusiasts may want to put their older items in storage, especially if they're treasured heirlooms.

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