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Mall of the Emirates shopper wins trip to Maldives

Dubai, UAE -  Mall of the Emirates rounded off its successful ‘It’s a women’s world this March at MOE’ campaign by awarding a female shopper with a luxurious Grand Prize.

Mrs Eman Al Bahsh, resident of Dubai and regular shopper at Mall of the Emirates was the lucky winner of all-expenses paid 5 days, 4 nights trip for two, to the sunny Maldives.

“One of the pleasures coming out of our campaigns is being able to reward our loyal shoppers with the chances to win some extraordinary prizes,” said Fuad Sharaf, Senior Asset Director, Asset Management, Shopping Malls. “Our ‘It’s a women’s world this March’ campaign celebrated women, fashion and beauty and I’m delighted to award Grand Prize to an appropriate winner - a dedicated Mall of the Emirates shopper, a resident of Dubai and a mother.”

Check out the Maldives city guide on Irhal here.

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