Yesterday was Valentine's Day in China.
Qixi Festival, also known as Qiqiao Festival, Qiqiao Festival or Qijie's Birthday, originated in China,it is a traditional festival in the Chinese region and East Asian countries.
The festival comes from the legend of the Cowherd and the Weaver Girl. It celebrates on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month.
After the Meiji Restoration, it was changed to the solar calendar on July. Because the main participants of the event this day are girls, and the content of the festival activities is mainly based on well-behaved,
people call this day "Jiaoqiao Festival" or "Girls' Day" and "Daughter's Day". On May 20, 2006, Tanabata was included in the first list of national intangible cultural heritage by the State Council of China.
Qixi Festival takes the folklore of the Cowherd and the Weaver Girl as the carrier, expresses the emotions of married men and women who are willing to leave and grow old, and adheres to the commitment of both sides to love. As time goes by, Tanabata has become China's Valentine's Day.
Major merchants will choose to carry out gift promotion activities during the holidays. Many young men and women will go out shopping on Valentine's Day.
At this time, a successful promotion needs support and cooperation in many aspects. The promotion, planning and creativity are closely linked.
The core is to accurately deliver all kinds of activities to target customers, attracting the attention of target customers, and thus stimulating the target customers to consume.
Retailer often choose posters, print promotion racks for marketing and sell their product, LANSHOW cardboard display stand seized this opportunity and used our many years of experience to design different promotional displays.