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Promotion: Shop a Lea Fashion Insider Giveaway


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Ala Moana Center's 4th annual Shop a Le‘a features a weeklong spring shopping and fashion festival. This event presents shopping enthusiasts with more than 150 experiences and offers encompassing fashion, health and beauty, active lifestyle, home decor, travel, music and cuisine.

This year's Shop a Le‘a takes place March 21-27, 2011 at Ala Moana Center.

Now through March 17th, you can enter to win insider access to all of the festivities, including a two-night stay at the Ala Moana Hotel for easy access to all of the shopping action, admission to Ala Moana Center's Posh Pau Hana event, front row seating at two runway shows at Centerstage (including one by Project Runway finalist Andy South), special discounts and the limited edition Shop a Lea RuMe bag for you and three friends(shown at right).

For a schedule of Shop a Le‘a events and promotions, visit the official page here or check out the March/April issue of Ala Moana Magazine.
 

To enter to win the Fashion Insider Giveaway, click here.

 

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