Majid Al Futtaim has announced the launch of special offers, promotions and awards at Carrefour Qatar to mark its 16th anniversary.
The special offers will last until November 8 at Carrefour hypermarkets at City Center Doha, Villaggio and Landmark, the company has said in a press statement.
Celebrations will also include cake-cutting ceremonies and other in-store activities and promotions. Also, promotions will be available at Carrefour’s other two locations in Qatar: Dar Al Salam Mall and Ezdan Mall.
Majid Al Futtaim is a leading shopping mall, retail and leisure pioneer across the Middle East and North Africa.
Laurent Hausknecht, country head for Carrefour Qatar, Bahrain and Kuwait, said: “Since its inception 16 years ago, Carrefour has made great strides to grow its operations and establish itself as a leading brand that is able to offer customer satisfaction, everyday convenience and unbeatable value. It is an honour to celebrate 16 years of success in Qatar and we would like to thank our loyal customers who have made this possible by welcoming them to be a part of the celebrations. We aim to create great moments for everyone, every day.”
“Carrefour offers a vast array of over 100,000 products and brands, cementing its positioning in Qatar and the region as the most vibrant and sophisticated commercial chain. Be it home electronics, local and international fresh fruits, home appliances or other tools - all of them are available in Carrefour,” the statement noted.
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