As Eid al-Adha holidays is approaching, the Shopping centres and shops in the Emirate of Sharjah are gearing up to launch big discounts on the finest brands and other goods and products, in addition to offering countless prizes and gifts.

This comes as part of the "Sharjah Summer Promotions 2021" which is organized by the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCI) till 26 August, under the slogan "Sharjah Summer_Shopping_Fun_Prizes".

In this context, HE Mohammed Ahmed Amin Al-Awadi, Director-General, SCCI, stated that Sharjah Summer Promotions is tempting visitors and shoppers to enjoy the most huge discounts up to 80% off on various brands and products.

He pointed out that these discounts, which the centres are keen to participate in, confirm the great position of the event and its ability to boost sales which are expected to significantly increase during Eid al-Adha holidays.

Al Awadi noted that the Promotions is also a perfect opportunity for residents and visitors to purchase various Eid needs and back-to-school supplies at very competitive prices and attractive discounts.

He added: "Sharjah Summer Promotions is one of the most important shopping and entertainment seasons in the emirate, as it comes with many distinguished activities that meet the emirate's objectives to advance the shopping and family tourism sectors and stimulate commercial movement in markets."

For her part, Hana Al-Suwaidi, Head of Festivals and Shows Department, SCCI, said: "The preparations of the shopping malls and shops are in full swing to launch huge discounts campaign during Eid al-Adha holidays. This is also accompanied by promotional campaigns and various contests the SCCI has launched through social media platforms."

Al-Suwaidi noted that Eid sale campaign is a unique opportunity to take advantage of various attractive offers suitable for different budgets, adding: Besides the mega sale campaign, there is a large number of recreational and heritage activities organized by shopping centers to woo families, shoppers, and tourists."

Source: Misbar Communications



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