Jan 08 2013
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Big Boys Toys 2013 offers the ultimate luxury at the Club Royale VVIP Lounge
Dubai, January 08, 2013: Big Boys Toys 2013 - the Middle East most anticipated premier luxury lifestyle show and one of the main events of the Dubai Shopping Festival 2013 - today announced the start of ticket sales for its 5-star Club Royale VVIP Lounge.
To make the 2013 edition of this extraordinary event even more memorable, the Club Royale VVIP Lounge offers an exceptional venue that allows visitors to enjoy the show and at the same time experience world-class hospitality services. As part of the premium benefits, the Club Royale will provide its guests with fast-track valet parking service, an exclusive welcome desk, and dedicated hostess service assigned to each table. Along with free-flowing complimentary food, beverage and live entertainment, the Club Royale will add the 'ultimate luxury' to the show.
Commenting on the upcoming show and Club Royale VVIP Lounge, Biju Jayaraaj, Chief Executive Officer of the exhibition organizer Artaaj, said: "Big Boys Toys is a one of its kind event. Our goal is not only to showcase unique and never-seen-before products, but also to create an interactive and exclusive experience for our visitors. The Club Royale is designed to add to Big Boys Toys 2013, which is already a unique entertainment destination, the unforgettable moment with special privileges.
In its fourth edition, Big Boys Toys has reinforced its title of the 'Ultimate Playground' with a line up of the best and most exclusive products ever seen in the Middle East.
The three-day exhibition will kick off on January 31st, 2013 at Atlantis - The Palm, as one of the main events of the Dubai Shopping Festival.
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To find out more about the Big Boys Toys event - log on to www.bigboystoysuae.com, follow the event on Facebook on https://www.facebook.com/BigBoysToysOfficialPage or on Twitter on @bigboystoys_uae.
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