As many as 32 Nissan Patrols will be given away as prizes during the forthcoming Dubai Shopping Festival.
The Nissan Patrol-a-Day promotion will be open to shoppers spending a specified amount at any of the DSF sponsors' outlets will be given a free raffle coupon for the daily draws.
The amount on which the raffle coupon is given away can range between Dh25 and Dh200 per coupon and will be fixed by the outlets taking part.
The Nissan Patrols is top-of-the-range during the festival from January 15 to February 15 2003.
"The Nissan raffle is designed as an exclusive offer to DSF patrons, key sponsors and support sponsors who can reward their customers with a free raffle ticket when they spend a predetermined amount in their outlets," said festival corporate alliance director Laila Suhail. "We would like to invite shopping malls, electronics stores, textile shops, garments stores, restaurants and EPPCO/ENOC stations and any other business enterprise to register with us in order to give their customers extra value through this raffle."
There is no limit to the number of times a shopper can enter the raffle.
The festival organisers are also increasing increase the buyback value to winners who do not wish to keep the 4x4 vehicle. The buy-back amount is pegged at Dh125,000, up from Dh100,000 last year.
The buyback offered is being offered through Arabian Automobiles Company, a unit of the Al Rostamani Group and the Nissan distributor for Dubai and the Northern Emirates.
Arabian Automobiles general manager Michel Ayat said: "The Al Rostamani Group is pleased to support Dubai Shopping Festival in this promotion. As suppliers of Nissan vehicles in the region, we are delighted to continue our involvement with Dubai Shopping Festival and this exceptional raffle which we are sure will once again be a major highlight of the festival."
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