Al Bustan activities delight DSS shoppers
Dubai , June 30, 2007
Al Bustan Centre and Residence hosted a range of activities during the first week of Dubai Summer Surprises.
Shoppers availed of various discounts and offerings at the retail outlets of the property's mall. Many scintillating performances such as the Mime and the Robe Master Shows, the Octopus dance, and the Slinky dance were in tune with the vibrant theme of the summer surprises.
The fun-filled programmes spread a lot of joy and cheer among families staying at the property.
'We are delighted to offer a range of captivating activities for the whole family especially children to keep them away from boredom during the slow summer months. The response from the visitors in the first week itself has been tremendous and we are overwhelmed,' said general manager of Al Bustan Centre and Residence Moussa El Hayek.
According to Moussa, during the first week of the DSS Al Bustan Centre witnessed doubling of the sales figures in comparison to last year. The property offers the best in family entertainment and provides a unique shopping experience where shoppers are rewarded abundantly.Trade Arabia News Service
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