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Sands Shopping Carnival Returns for 5th Year, Empowering Local Businesses

Sands China Ltd. is thrilled to announce the return of the popular Sands Shopping Carnival, running at The Venetian Macao's Cotai Expo from July 18-21. Now in its fifth year, this family-friendly event has become a summer hotspot, drawing over 420,000 visits to date.

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The four-day carnival offers free entry and opens daily from noon to 10 p.m., including a special invitation-only preview session on the first day.

With over 580 booths across nine exhibition zones, the carnival presents huge discounts of up to 90% on a wide array of goods, an international cuisine food court, activities and games for children, and other exciting attractions and performances.

“We are delighted to announce the triumphant return of the Sands Shopping Carnival for its fifth edition,” said Dr. Wilfred Wong, Executive Vice Chairman of Sands China Ltd. “This special milestone marks an enduring legacy and testifies to the resounding success of this remarkable event. It has become a melting pot of business and a testament to our unwavering commitment to fostering economic growth in Macao.”

The Sands Shopping Carnival is a signature event for Sands China, supporting the Macao SAR government’s economic revival policies and diversified development initiatives. It provides a free business platform for local small, medium, and micro enterprises (SMEs), allowing them to showcase their products and services alongside international retail brands.

Interested exhibitors can register for a free booth by visiting from May 17 until May 26 at 6 p.m.

For exhibitor inquiries, please call +853 2855 5000 or email [email protected]

Sands China’s support for local SMEs aligns with the Macao SAR government’s “buy local” initiative and the company’s broader corporate social responsibility efforts. The Sands Shopping Carnival continues to be a testament to Sands China’s commitment to the community and its role in Macao’s diversified economic development.


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