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UBL injects Shs 10M in this year's Bride and Groom Expo

Beer makers, Uganda Breweries Limited (UBL) have unveiled support for the highly-anticipated Bride and Groom Expo. This year marks the expo's 15th anniversary, and UBL increased their contribution to UGX 10 million.

Evelyn Nansikombi the UBL Acting Brand Manger, Baileys gives a specch at the Bride and Groom Expo launch at Sherato Kampala Hotel

The announcement took place at the Sheraton Kampala Hotel, where UBL revealed they were expanding their involvement beyond their existing sponsorship with Baileys Liqueur. V&A sherry and White Cap Crisp, their latest innovation, would also be joining the celebration.

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"We've enjoyed supporting the Expo through Baileys for years," said Evelyn Nansikombi, UBL's Acting Brand Manager for Baileys.

"This milestone is an opportunity to introduce V&A and White Cap Crisp, demonstrating our dedication to sharing love and joy with our consumers on their wedding day."

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UBL went a step further, creating special wedding packages designed specifically for both soon-to-be-wed couples and service providers. These packages offered a curated selection of UBL products and beverages, perfectly suited for wedding celebrations.

On the expo's side, Vision Group's Editor-in-Chief, Barbra Kaija, expressed her pride in the event's long-standing tradition.

"For the past 15 years," she said, "The Bride and Groom Expo has been a cornerstone for couples planning their weddings. We showcase everything from breathtaking bridal gowns and elegant suits to intricate décor and professional photography services."

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The Bride and Groom Expo is a three-day event scheduled for June 28th to 30th at the UMA Multipurpose Hall in Lugogo.

It serves as a one-stop shop for couples, bringing together a vast array of wedding service providers offering competitive deals. This year's expo promises to be a grand celebration, aptly themed "Together Mpaka Last" (Together Until the End), commemorating the expo's remarkable 15-year journey in supporting Ugandan couples on their path to marital bliss.

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