DSF 2010 to reflect Dubai’s traditions and business opportunities
Having shopping at the Dubai Shopping Festival would remain no longer a difficult task as all necessary arrangements have been done for the convenience of people visiting the emirate's annual shopping, leisure and entertainment bonanza.
A landmark 15th edition of Dubai Shopping Festival would last for over 32 days up to February 28. The Dubai Events and Promotions Establishment have chalked out a very busy calendar for the event to pass successfully leaving imprints of Dubai's traditions and business opportunities.
Around 6,000 retail outlets and 40 malls are participating in the DSF 2010 in which Al Ghurair City, the pioneer shopping centre in the Middle East has a constructive role to play for highlighting the success stories and business opportunities in Dubai.
The city has made special arrangements for co-coordinating with the Dubai's government for branding the Emirates as an international destination for shopping and leisure.
Mr. Salem Al Ghurair, Chief Executive Officer of Al Ghurair City informed, " Al Ghurair City will be rolling out the red carpet for shoppers during DSF 2010 by pampering them with a well rounded selection of shopping, a range of fun-filled attractions in a festive ambience and cultural offerings that will ensure they leave with a rewarding experience."
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