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Winter and National Day events at Al Ghurair

Al Ghurair Centre will kick off its line-up of winter events with an exclusive visit from ‘The Smurfs’, who are set to wow mall visitors between December 1st – 10th 2011.


Following the success of ‘The Smurfs’ 3D movie which featured the voices of Neil Patrick Harris and Hank Azaria ,‘Clumsy’ and ‘Smurfette’ will visit Al Ghurair Centre for a meet and greet with visitors from 5pm onwards on December 1st - 3rd and December 8th- 10th.


Joe Abi-Khalil, Marketing Manager, Al Ghurair Centre, said, “Al Ghurair Centre is excited to launch its line-up of winter events, which will feature a well-rounded selection of entertainment and promotions, with an exclusive opportunity to meet and greet the characters from this summer’s blockbuster movie, ‘The Smurfs’ 3D.”


“The Smurfs visit will start December 1st- just in time for National Day weekend. To commemorate the UAE’s 40th National Day Al Ghurair Centre will be arranging a series of balloon releases in the mall on December 2nd. In addition, to educate shoppers on the nation’s culture and heritage we have 20 display stands set up throughout the mall that pay tribute to our nation and recount important milestones in the UAE’s history.”


This winter Al Ghurair Centre is also urging shoppers to “take winning by storm” through participating in its Winter Promotion. The promotion which runs from November 24th- December 17th gives shoppers the opportunity to win thousands of instant ‘scratch and win’ prizes for every AED 200 they spend.


At Al Ghurair Centre, shoppers can take their pick of superior international, regional and local brands. Visitors can also experience a variety of well known gourmet brands, a multitude of cuisines and dining options available at the centre. Unbeatable bargains, exciting entertainment and a vibrant ambience makes Al Ghurair Centre the place to be this winter.
 

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