Tamkeen quiz finale dates set
Manama, August 23, 2011
The finale of the Tamkeen Business Quiz Show founded and organised by FinMark Communications, will take place tomorrow (August 24).
The final round of the quiz will take place at 9pm at the Cultural Centre in Manama and the entry is free for all.
The event is held under the patronage of Sheikh Nasser Bin Hamad Al Khalifa, chairman of the supreme council for youth and sports and the president of Bahrain olympics committee.
The teams that will be competing in the finale are Arig, Promethean, Bahrain Bourse and Al Salam Bank, each having beaten out three other industry teams for a chance to win a number of prizes.
The final quiz will test the teams’ knowledge of Bahrain, Bahraini businesses and industry and the general knowledge of the participants,a statement said.
It will also include a creative challenge, seeing each team present their industry and their industry’s contribution to the country and its citizens through song, dance or other creative performances.
The winning six-member team will be awarded BD1,000 ($2660) in cash and six LCD TVs from Y K AlMoayyed, it said.
The team in the second place will win six tickets to Dubai, compliments of Dadabhai Travel.
Members of the audience will also have the chance to compete in games and win cash and other prizes.
There will also be a number of live dance and musical performances, including Bahraini break dancing sensation Salah Abdulmajeed, a semi-finalist on Arabs’ Got Talent and live music performances by Bahraini singers Mohammad Janahi and Hamad Al Fardan, compliments of UrFilez.
Creator of the quiz, FinMark expects it to become an annual event, and has been supported by a group of leading private and public sector organizations including FinMark Communications, Tamkeen, Mumtalakat, Batelco, BAPCO and Al Zayani Investments, Midal Cable, YK Al Moayyed, Khaleeji Commercial Bank, Sakana, Al-Amthal, Promethean, Urfilez, Design Grafix, Al Watan, Al Ayam and Daily Tribune newspapers. – TradeArabia News Service
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