26 Jun '15, 3am

Singapore’s Third LEGO Certified Store at Ngee Ann City

Singapore’s Third LEGO Certified Store at Ngee Ann City

The third LEGO Certified Store in Singapore will be opening its door this weekend on 27 June 2015, 10.30am. Located at Ngee Ann City, the third outlet is managed by Bricks World. Every aspect of the LEGO Certified Store is designed and made by The LEGO Group, including one of the most popular features, the Pick-a-Brick Wall. The LEGO Certified Store also features an interactive play area called “The Living Room”, and a display of fully assembled LEGO models. From January 2015, the LEGO Certified Store in Singapore has exclusive sets released at the same time as in the US and Europe. More offerings from the LCS will be available in Singapore in the near future. All customers who spend $120 or more on any LEGO products in a single receipt this weekend (27 and 28 June 2015) will be entitled to enter a lucky draw to stand a chance to win 1 of 100 new and exclusive miniature LE...

Full article: http://blog.dk.sg/2015/06/26/singapores-third-lego-certif...

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