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Millionaire Homes

The lifestyle and luxury show at the Sheraton Hotel in the city on May 28 and 29 will showcase premier property of celebrated developers. Exhibitors and guests to this event are by invitation only

The event “Millionaire Homes” arrives for the third time in Bangalore. Steeped entirely in opulence, ‘Millionaire Homes' provides opportunities for the well-heeled to see some of the finest and most lavish residential property in the city. It will provide a unique platform to builders to exhibit their high-end property to niche and high-end audience.

Exhibitors and guests to this exclusive event are by invitation only and will be hand-picked from D&B's comprehensive database of Indian and multinational companies, ultra high net worth individuals and professionals, top exporters and celebrities amongst others, say the organisers.

After a successful series of Millionaire Homes 2009 & 2010 in Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore, Millionaire Homes 2011 comes once again to India's IT capital on May 28 and 29, with property developers including Total Environment, Arun Excello and Nitesh Estates, amongst others, showcasing premier property meant for the affluent at the Sheraton Hotel.

Comedy play

The two-day extravaganza will also have a comedy play ‘Get rid of my wife' by Ashvin Gidwani Productions. This play is about three friends who get entangled in amusing situations in life.

Conceived and conducted by Dun & Bradstreet (D&B), the sales and marketing solutions firm, ‘Millionaire Homes' has enjoyed successful stints in previous editions, attracting scores of affluent property seekers.

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