Home exhibition in KL to feature numerous products

MyHome Exhibition will feature over 400 brands of home furniture, products and services.

THE MyHome exhibition is back at Mitec Kuala Lumpur from July 20 to 22.

There will be a sale on furniture, home products and decor as well as various services and information under one roof.

Also to be on display are the latest products and services with export premium quality and designs and the art of living.

A wide range of kitchen and lifestyle appliances will also be exhibited.

There will also be cash vouchers up for grabs.

The first 50 visitors will get RM500 cash vouchers and the subsequent 100 visitors will get RM200 cash vouchers.

Once you register, you are automatically eligible for the Register and Win prize.

Daily RM1,000 cash vouchers will be given out every day at 1pm, 4pm and 7pm to visitors who spend a minimum of RM1,000.

Customers who previously shopped at MyHome can redeem a RM100 cash voucher.

The cash voucher is applicable to the first 50 redeemers.

Visitors can also donate old furniture to the needy. Just take a picture of the item to pick up and show it at the Donation Booth during the event and MyHome will make the necessary arrangements .

Visitors will bring home a gift in return for every purchase as low as RM500 for the Purchase and Collect redemption programme.

The event is open for free from 11am to 9pm at Halls 2 and 3.

For details, visit my-home.com.my/

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