It’s Heaven Sent
- From the Philippine Star’s YS () - November 16, 2002 - 12:00am
The best lifestyle bazaar buzz is back! Heaven Sent: The Lifestyle Bazaar, Saturdays and Sundays, runs on Nov. 16-17 and 23-24 at the Manila Polo Club.

There are lots of freebies, surprises and Heaven Sent premium services. There’s a package counter so shoppers can deposit their goodies while they hunt for more bargains, credit card services by Citibank and BPI, plus the UCPB ATM Van. Mommies and daddies need not worry about the safety and enjoyment of their kids because they can have fun at the Children’s Activity Center by Sacred Heart School. Nextel is also setting up special communication stations so shoppers can easily get in touch with their kids at the Children’s Activity Center and their drivers at the parking lot.

Heaven Sent: The Lifestyle Bazaar celebrates its 10th anniversary. It’s all about shopping, shopping and more shopping as the Heaven Sent lifestyle bazaar team unveils the season’s precious finds and buys from over 130 hand-picked vendors, featuring 30 all-new first-time bazaristas. These precious finds range from things you need, want or gotta have.

Among the things you need are soft pajamas for a good night’s sleep, clothes for growing children, uniforms for your helpers, Christmas cards from UNICEF and soap that is so Fresh!

Things you want from Heaven Sent are ensaymada that melts in your mouth, a bag for your new puppy, that new educational wonder toy, the plush waffle robe and the perfect bean chair for your room.

Here’s a list of things that you gotta have and will only find in Heaven Sent: The Lifestyle Bazaar.

An iron wall sculpture that will illuminate your home or garden in the all-season, all-weather pick of the litter. For the first time, CITEM Exporter Design Info Co. will make its furniture and home accessories available for Filipino buyers.

A tea set that looks like a carburetor, a pen that looks like a shock absorber. Perfect for men, exclusive auto art pieces sold by Hobby World.

The most exquisite set of Barco Linens. A must-buy so you have exactly what is sold in LeRon, a posh linen boutique in New York, for a fraction of the price abroad.

For the first time at the Polo Club, shoppers can also enjoy the Heaven Sent Food Festival presented by gourmet chefs of San Miguel Pure Foods Company. Chef Jundy Gueco, chef Philip Golding, chef Cathy Pineda and Sandy Daza will turn personal, never before shared, holiday recipes to magical dishes that participants can duplicate at home. There are free demos from 2-4 p.m. on the bazaar dates.

Heaven Sent also donates a certain number of booths to local charities for their fund-raising activities. This year’s selection includes the Edu Care Foundation of Rica Lopez-De Jesus, Make a Wish Foundation and Give a Life.

Heaven Sent: The Lifestyle Bazaar official beneficiary is UNICEF. Heaven Sent chose UNICEF because it has actively helped underprivileged Filipino children — not only in advocating their rights — but also providing them shelter, education and health.

Come on both weekends for special features and different surprises!

For more information, call 812-9405.

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