Good deals on high-end items at Luxury Living Expo 2009
April 25, 2009
Looking for the finest in cars, boats, private jets, wines, clothing, watches, housing, cigars, sports equipment, jewelry, home décor, electronics and more? The Luxury Living Expo
is the venue where you can take a look at the luxury goods and services from the famous manufacturers, designers and distributors. TransWorld Exhibits, one of the world’s premier producers of independent trade shows, is gathering the most renowned providers of luxury goods and services together from around the world for the 2009 Luxury Living Expo (April 24 – 26) at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL. The show caters to the sophisticated lifestyles and high expectations of the world’s most wealthy customers who demand the finest.
From luxury automobiles such as Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini and Bentley and custom putting greens to fine jewelers and products for interior and exterior design, the Luxury Living Expo offers an eye-catching, sensory experience for attendees. This year’s exhibitors say that the economy has led to some good deals on luxury items. The prices may still be out of reach for many, but for the wealthy, it’s a chance to buy high-end items for cheap.
The deals at the 2009 Luxury Living Expo are simply inviting. The price for a diamond-encrusted platinum watch has been taken down from $60,000 to a mere $22,000. A used, cherry red Ferrari is set to sell for just $229,000. Indian silk woven replica zebra-skin area rugs will cost $5,800. John McCormick of Marquis Jet is offering customers a private jet for 25 hours for a very reasonable $132,000. Now, these are bargains without a doubt for the rich.
Leon Simons, a New Jersey-based jewelry dealer, is selling Rolex and Versace watches for the price of a Honda Civic, but earlier, they were priced at as much as a BMW. Leon Simons said…
There are better prices across the board. Things you would never see discounted. Now that it seems like the big slaughter is over, I think consumers are loosening up.
Joe Thaler, CEO of Transworld Exhibits, said...
There’ll be something for everyone to touch, taste and experience, to get up close and personal with the good life. This expo is an incredible chance for all of us to take a recess from the recession - to dream.
A silent auction will also be held, which will benefit Thresholds, a premier resource for psychiatric rehabilitation. Participants will bid for one-of-a-kind sports memorabilia items from Grand Stand Sports.
Hours for the show are 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily.