Kidville to open 2 more Dubai locations
Dubai, December 8, 2010
Kidville UAE, which offers a wide range of developmental classes for children aged upto 5 years, has inked deals to add two new locations in Dubai by May 2011.
Kidville's flagship facility is located at the Walk in Jumeirah Beach Residences (JBR), and offers unique classes and themed birthday parties. Now Kidsville will open at Mirdiff and MotorCity.
The Mirdiff location will be located in the Uptown Mirdiff Grand Piazza and the MotorCity location will be in the Uptown MotorCity Fox Hill shopping centre. The new branches are planned to open for the Spring/Summer Semester on May 8, 2011, and will offer the full suite of services including Kidville's award-winning classes Camp Kidville and, in fall, Kidville University.
The MotorCity and Mirdiff branches comprise 10,000 sq ft and will offer age appropriate developmental classes in music, dance, gym, enrichment and art, an indoor playspace, salon, boutique and provide the perfect location to host Kidville's legendary birthday parties.
“This expansion marks the next milestone for Kidville's expansion in Dubai and reflects our continued commitment to bring the best early childhood development classes to families across the UAE,' said Kidville UAE’s managing director Monica Malhotra.
With this expansion, Kidville will also introduce its Diamond membership, offering members full access to all services at their home facility, as well as complimentary use of Kidville's indoor and outdoor playspaces at all Kidville locations. Silver, Gold and Platinum members will continue to have access to all services and playspaces at their home facility.-TradeArabia News Service
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