Dubai Mall announces DSF specials
Dubai, January 15, 2009
The Dubai Mall has come up with special festive raffles, promotions and entertainment events as key sponsor of the Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) 2009 which began today and will run till Feburary 15.
Activities at the mall are designed to appeal to people of all ages. A key attraction is the Themed Forest Story Show, brought to the UAE for the first-time ever.
The spectacularly choreographed show is a 20-minute narration on the rich natural diversity of rainforests, and features fantastic costumes and a stunning backdrop complemented by a complex lighting system.
Other entertainment includes cultural dance and acrobatic performances, children’s themed shows and roaming entertainment in key public areas of the mall.
In line with DSF’s widely popular sales promotions and raffle draws, The Dubai Mall is hosting its own ‘Buy and Fly’ promotion where customers have the chance to win up to 30 international flight tickets and one of four Grand Prize holiday packages courtesy of Emirates Airlines.
"We are confident The Dubai Mall will be the city’s feature venue throughout DSF with our exciting ‘Buy and Fly’ raffle promotion, retailer sales and a daily calendar of entertainment and events," said Yousif Al Ali, general manager, The Dubai Mall.
"Dubai has already established itself as a global shopping destination, and we are pleased to align ourselves with the world-class The Dubai Mall as one of our most exciting shopping and entertainment venues for DSF 2009," added Ibrahim Saleh, coordinator general of DSF Office.
The Rainforest Story Show at The Dubai Mall will start on January 29 for a total of eight shows in the Star Atrium, which will also feature a series of dance, acrobatic and other entertainment throughout the entire festival.
Other key event areas include the Gold Souk, Hotel and Grand Atriums with roaming entertainment across all four levels of the mall.
To ensure a world-class experience, The Dubai Mall has brought in performers from all over the world to complement the city’s cultural diversity.-TradeArabia News Service