Baby Bazaar in Dubai on 29th March
Dubai’s much-loved Baby Bazaar – a monthly flea market for mums to sell their quality, pre-loved baby, toddler and maternity items – will be back in Dubai on Saturday, 29th March 2014.
Baby Bazaar, held monthly at Times Square Mall from 9am-2pm, offers a host of baby and toddler items for sale as well as free arts and craft activities for children. The market also welcomes a handful of child related businesses – hand-picked by the organisers to provide a balanced mix for visitors.
Baby Bazaar is also pleased to announce that phil&teds and Mountain Buggy will be at Baby Bazaar every month, and will be offering a free buggy servicing and check for all Mountain Buggy and phil&teds strollers by an authorized repairs agent. Their buggy service stand can sort out any inner tube or wheel issues and will offer a free quick clean and polish while they’re at it. Not only that, they will also be giving away free monthly gifts to baby bazaar shoppers – ranging from lobster highchairs to phil&teds nest cots.
“Having lived in Dubai for eight years now and running my own moving company, Easytruck, you start to realise how much ‘stuff’ gets wasted in this town,” explained Natalie Humphrey, who founded Baby Bazaar in 2012. “Babies grow out of their clothes and toys on a daily basis, and their ‘baby clutter’ occupies so much space in our homes. So many mums tell me that they have spent hundreds even thousands of dirhams on clothes or shoes, so to be able to get some money back from selling these items is just great. The money they make from selling their unwanted baby clutter is then put towards something like the family holiday,” she added.
“Baby Bazaar works because it is essentially a win/win situation – mums sell their unwanted baby clutter, make money and free up much needed space in their home. And the mums who buy at Baby Bazaar get to take home good quality baby and toddler items for less than half the price they would pay in the shops,” she continued.
“Baby Bazaar market days are very social and they have quickly become a meeting point for new mums to meet other new mums and for friends to get together for coffee and a shop. There is an undeniable buzz at every market where mums get together and feel like they’re part of a growing community, which is so inspiring!” added Humphrey.
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