Jumeirah launches offers with MasterCard
Jeddah, August 31, 2009
Leading leisure enterprise Jumeirah Group has launched a campaign for its MasterCard premium cardholders, which includes exclusive offers in select hotels providing fine dining, spa treatments and other entertainment pursuits.
Launched in collaboration with MasterCard Worldwide, a markets payment solutions provider and developer, the Jumeirah Group Exclusive is available until December 31 for all MasterCard premium cardholders, including Titanium, Platinum and World cardholders.
“At Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts, we aim to exceed the expectations of our guests and their discerning tastes and lifestyles,” said Lisa Brightwell, director of strategic partnerships, Jumeirah Group.
“With this in mind, we endeavored to work closely with MasterCard Worldwide, to create and develop a compelling offer that would cater to the desires and wants of the affluent consumer market.”
Eyad Al-Kourdi, vice president and country manager, Southern Gulf, UAE, Qatar & Oman, MasterCard Worldwide said: "MasterCard is delighted to cooperate with Jumeirah Group to give MasterCard premium cardholders who stay at selected Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts a wide range of benefits to enjoy.
“These exclusive offers to MasterCard premium cardholders are yet another example of our commitment to continuously develop customized benefits that appeal to our cardholders and empower them to live life to the fullest.”
Ihab Zaghloul, vice president, commerce development, Middle East & Levant, MasterCard Worldwide, said: “Whether visiting the UAE, UK or the USA, MasterCard premium cardholders will now be able to enjoy great benefits at Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts.” – TradeArabia News Service
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