Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Salon de la Maison et du Jardin;Innovation focused on renewable energy at home


The Show House and Garden opens again. From 2 to 6 November, visitors will discover new developments in renewable energy, among others. The exhibition will be held at the conference center Swami Vivekananda-at straws.
Decorate or furnish his home, is an art. To facilitate this task seems difficult for some, the Show House and Garden invites Mauritians a tour that promises to be full of innovations.
For example, this year, the innovation is renewable energy. Didier de Senneville, Director of Publi Promo, organizer of the show agency, said the company Supplier of Renewable Energy (SFER) will hold a stall to allow Mauritians have access to more information on the benefits of making its independent house into energy.
A total of 120 exhibitors will be present. A range of products will be available to visitors, whether in terms of decoration, furniture and novelties. The Director of Publi Promo adds that major retailers such as Cuisinella, Tennis, Chateau d'Ax, Sofap Batimex or will be present.
There will be products and services for every budget. In our previous editions, we had several couples and families who wanted to change the decor of their home. And this show is mostly an opportunity for a family outing , "said Didier de Senneville. A kitchen can, for example, cost between Rs 90,000 and Rs 500,000.
Organizers expect a special enthusiasm for the day Wednesday, November 2 and at the weekend. " People will take advantage of days off to go out. We expect to welcome some 45,000 visitors during the five-day exhibition , "says he.
And the advantage of having such an exhibition is that all signs will be under one roof. Visitors can compare the offers as well. Other facilities are also available to the public.
Free shuttle buses are provided for the journey from Victoria Station in Port-Louis to the conference center at straws.Admission to the exhibition is Rs 40 per adult and Rs 20 for children Those under 8 years can access for free. The exhibition, which runs until November 6, closes at 7:00 p.m. each day.

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