The A&C Square in East Legon, Accra rounded off activities on its Open Day Celebration on Saturday with a night of Fashion and Jazz show.
The fashion show which was directed by fashion entrepreneur, Kwab Asamoah featured clothing from shops like Out of Paris, KIDS4 Accessories and Wilux Sports all located inside the shopping Square.
They included casual children’s wear, sportswear, evening wear from Kwab Asamoah’s Kustom Looks outfit, and a Woodin collection created by Kustom Looks.
The A&C Square Open Day was organised by A&C Development to re-introduce the different retail, service, health facilities and businesses at the center. It was also a chance to appreciate the community for the continued support over the last seven years through the offering of prizes, sales discount and entertainment.
The A&C Square Open Day kicked off from 5am with a limb stretching, soul lifting 10km health walk and run through the streets of East Legon.
Later in the day, the square opened up for the Business Expo, showcasing the very best of the mall, alongside super sales with lots of super discounts.
There was also a massive Kiddies bazaar with truckloads of fun for the kids and a lot more. A&C Development Co. is a fast growing construction and real estate development company with the aim of developing first class and ultra modern commercial and residential facilities in Ghana.
The Open Day was used to introduce expansion plans for the Square through a $4.4 Million partnership with IFC. In the plans are a three-storey commercial center that will meet the growing demands for office and retail space.
Andrew Asamoah, the CEO of A&C Development said “the need to expand is a result of the growing need for office and retail facilities to meet the continuous expansion of the East Legon Community”
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