Wafi unveils activities for DSF
Dubai, January 24, 2011
Wafi, a leading entertainment and lifestyle destination in Dubai, has unveiled a spectrum of activities during the ongoing Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF).
The 16th edition of DSF, which kicked off on January 20, will run for 32 days until February 20.
As a key sponsor of the 2011 DSF, Wafi will feature various activities such as the light & sound show, international shows, live performances, shopping promotions and discounts of up to 50 per cent offered by retailers, in addition to daily raffle draws.
The highlight of this year’s DSF is the Dubai Light & Sound Show which is a synchronized light & sound featuring Egyptian themed graphics. The event will launch towards the end of January with a show every evening of the week.
Wafi will entertain shoppers and visitors with a vibrant carnival display by various performers including jugglers, stilt walkers, unicyclists and musicians to showcase the festive feeling of DSF.
The Nissan Grand Raffle is giving away shoppers the chance to drive home a Nissan SUV every day. On a minimum spend of Dh200 ($54.45) in participating retail outlets, shoppers will enter a daily draw to win one SUV.
Additionally, all coupons will be entered into the grand draw where ten winners will walk away with a Nissan model each.
Wafi will also host the Family Health Festival from February 3 to 8. Visitors will be able to receive free individual check-ups and consultation, and participate in health quiz shows and various live entertainment activities. – TradeArabia News Service
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