Win Back Your Childs Tuition Fee with City Centre Muscat and City Centre Qurums Back to School Initi

22 Aug 2016

Six lucky winners will have the chance to win a tuition fee worth OMR 1000
Visitors can double the chances of winning at Carrefour hypermarket
Celebrate Eid with Dora’s friendship fiesta - an action-adventure preschool series

Muscat, Oman: It’s back-to-school season again! Majid Al Futtaim’s two much-loved shopping destinations in the Sultanate, City Centre Muscat, and City Centre Qurum will be adding further excitement to the preparation for the new academic year. Six lucky students will have the chance to win OMR1000 to go towards their tuition fee, as part of City Centre malls ‘Back to School’ initiative, from now until September 17th.

To participate, visitors simply need to shop at City Centre Muscat and City Centre Qurum and spend OMR 20, to receive a coupon which will allow them to enter the draw. Additionally, shoppers in City Centre Muscat and City Centre Qurum will have the opportunity to double their chances to win when shopping at Carrefour.

“In Majid Al Futtaim, we believe that education is an important catalyst for achieving sustainable development in all areas of life. By recognising the high cost of tuition fees for families in the Sultanate, we wanted to do our bit, and offer a financial contribution. This is part of the company’s vision to create great moments for everyone, every day,” said Husam Al Mandhari, Senior Mall Manager at City Centre Muscat.

To add additional excitement during this period, City Centre Muscat and City Centre Qurum will be hosting Dora’s friendship fiesta in time for Eid.

Dora the world’s most popular explorer is up an exciting adventure in Oman. Joining her for an educational fun-filled show are her cousin Deigo - an 8-year-old Latino boy whose adventures frequently involve in rescuing animals and protecting their environment and the two ‘PAW Patrol’ heroic puppies Chase and Marshall. This show is guaranteed to be a hit with families as they prepare their children to head back to school.

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