Alexandria City Centre celebrates the festive season by giving away an iPad 2 every day to lucky shoppers

Press release
Published December 27th, 2011 - 08:00 GMT

Alexandria City Centre is spreading the festive cheer by introducing a campaign that offers residents and shoppers the chance to win one of the hottest and most-wanted electronic gadgets in the market – a new iPad 2. The ‘Apple a Day’ promotion will run until January 7th, during which an iPad 2 will be given away to a lucky shopper every day for a total of 17 days. Candy apples will be given out to families and children to add to the holiday festivities.

The ‘Apple a Day’ promotion gives the opportunity for shoppers to win one the hottest electronics in the market today, by spending as little as EGP 250 from any store in the mall during this time.

“No other shopping mall is able to create such a buzz for the holidays,” said Hisham Jaheen,  Acting Country Manager for Majid Al Futtaim Properties Egypt. “We know what’s on our shopper’s wish list and the chance to win one of 17 iPad 2s – one of the most desirable gifts this season, is our way of spreading the festive cheer to the community. This holiday season, Alexandria City Centre is the key destination offering the broadest choice of shopping options, and where family and friends can soak in the festive spirit.” 

Background Information

Alexandria City Centre

Suitably located on the Alexandria Cairo Desert Road, opposite to the Alexandria International Park, City Centre Alexandria is just 15 minutes from downtown.

The landmark shopping destination opened in January 2003 to offer its customers a unique shopping and entertainment experience. The Centre has recently completed a massive extension programme that has increased the total number of retail stores in the mall from 97 to over 170, spread over a trading area of 60,370 square metres. 

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