Festival Centre offers big prizes for DSS
Dubai, June 10, 2012
Festival Centre Dubai Festival City, a strategic key partner of the 15th edition of Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS 2012), has announced this year’s celebrations with its unique promotions and opportunities to win prizes.
DSS 2012, a popular summer entertainment and shopping fiesta, is running from June 14 to July across participating stores in Dubai.
The prizes are worth up to Dh500,000 ($136,000), in addition to a jam-packed calendar of Olympic themed events throughout DSS.
Bernice Boshoff, general manager Festival Centre, Dubai Festival City said: “Festival Centre is renowned for offering unrivalled choices to shoppers during DSS.”
“This year’s edition is even more special with our incredible promotion and prizes coupled with the Olympic themed activities which will add value and enhance the entertainment experience for children as well as providing families with a shopping spree destination like no other to keep them coming back throughout DSS.”
Spend Dh150 across Festival Centre stores and you will be entitled to one raffle coupon to enter the weekly and grand prize draws. Every week, one lucky shopper will grab Dh50,000 worth of DFC Gift Vouchers while the grand prizes will await two other lucky winners each to walk away with a 2012 model 4x4 Jeep Wrangler Sahara, upon the closing of DSS.
Festival Centre has dedicated its DSS theme this year to the Olympics and is offering a full calendar of sports activities and events to entertain all families and kids, comprising of various stage shows. – TradeArabia News Service
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