Mall of Qatar launches the second edition of the “Gold Falkm” campaign

Mall of Qatar launches the second edition of the “Gold Falkm” campaign
Mall of Qatar launches the second edition of the “Gold Falkm” campaign
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Mall of Qatar launches the second edition of the “Gold Falkm” campaign

January 26, 2023, 07:00am

Mall of Qatar

Doha – East

As part of its continuous efforts to reward its loyal customers, Mall of Qatar announced the launch of the second edition of the “Falcom Gold” campaign, which offered 40 lucky ones an exceptional opportunity to win up to 4 kilograms of pure 24-carat gold when shopping from one of the mall’s stores to participate in the raffle. In order to obtain the raffle coupon, the customer must shop for QR 200 at any of his favorite stores in Mall of Qatar, and he can collect purchase receipts from different stores to collect the amount sufficient to obtain the raffle coupon from the customer service desks. The campaign, which has already started from January 20 and will run until March 18, 2023, is one of Mall of Qatar’s ongoing initiatives to improve the shopping experience for its customers and make it more rewarding and enjoyable. The campaign includes 4 draws to be held on January 31, February 14, February 28, and March 19, 2023, with each draw resulting in 10 customers winning 100 grams of 24 karat gold each.

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Commenting on the launch of this campaign, Mr. Emile Sarkis, General Manager of Mall of Qatar, said: “Satisfying our customers and providing them with a unique and diverse shopping experience remains our top priority, so we are always looking for innovative ways to reward them, such as the “Gold Valkum” campaign. We also continue to implement Qatar’s plans. Mall expansion by bringing in more of the most famous brands and retail outlets around the world, as well as high-end restaurants and cafes to meet the growing needs of customers and keep pace with the rapid development witnessed by the State of Qatar.

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