Free meals chance in Dubai
Dubai, June 26, 2007
There is a sizzling promotion at HBI outlets as part of the Dubai Summer Surprises.
Shamiana, Magic Wok, Sugoi and Santinos, the popular ethnic food concept outlets operated by Hotbrands International (HBI) is running a sizzling promotion during the on-going Dubai Summer Surprises under an exciting tie-up with Pepsi.
The promotion, which will run throughout DSS 2007 from June 21 to August 21, is valid to all customers who spend Dh35 on any meal with a Pepsi.
Customers will be given a scratch-and-win card that will entitle them to win fabulous prizes including Emirates Holidays and Damas vouchers, on meals served at any participating Hotbrands International outlet, including Shamiana, Santino’s, Magic Wok and Sugoi! located in food courts at malls across the UAE.
“We wanted to run a special promotion to celebrate the 10th anniversary of DSS, whereby everyone is guaranteed a prize. As long as a person buys a meal of Dh35 including a Pepsi, he or she will get a scratch card and be sure to win a prize. This year’s promotion is quite different from last year as we are offering prizes that will cater to all customers,” said Marek Maitland-Walker, head of marketing at Hotbrands International.
A scratch-and-win card will give customers the opportunity to win vouchers from Damas, Emirates Holidays, Wild Wadi, Giordano, Grand Cinema, and even free meals from Hotbrands International and lots of more fantastic prizes ranging from consumer electronics to music.
The promotion is being run in participating HBI outlets in Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi Mall), Ajman (Ajman City Centre), Al Ain (Al Jimi Mall), Dubai (Al Ghurair City, Al Reef Mall, Burjuman, Deira City Centre, Dubai Airport Free Zone, Ibn Battuta Mall, Knowledge Village, Mall of the Emirates), and Sharjah (Sahara Centre, Sharjah City Centre). TradeArabia News Service
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