FNAC, a leading international retailer of cultural, leisure and technological products, will mark the first anniversary of its presence in Doha’s Lagoona Mall with three days of promotions, fun activities and various competitions with prizes to win.
From May 26 to 28, guests can participate in the different activities and benefit from the offers. The event will include a Treasure Hunt in the store, a karaoke competition and a “Take your best Selfie” competition, to name a few.
FNAC’s young guests can also enjoy their visit with numerous activities as well as receive lots of gifts and surprises.
“Throughout the year, FNAC has cemented its path of being a cultural yet entertainment hub through several events in Doha. The store has hosted numerous international and local artistes, including renowned Qatari artiste Ali Abdul Sattar, Marcel Khalife and Ibrahim Maalouf, where they met with their fans and signed their latest musical albums. Pierre Hermé, the famous pastry chef, chose FNAC while visiting Doha to meet cooking and sweet savvies, and present to them his recipes in two of his iconic books,” FNAC Qatar said in a statement.
Also, FNAC has sponsored the Francophone Week in Qatar and the Katara European Jazz Festival, as well as several other cultural events occurring in town.
Bader al-Darwish, chairman and managing director of Darwish Holding, said: “FNAC’s journey in Qatar has been exciting from the first day, and we look forward to introducing even more innovative and service oriented features that will further strengthen our market position. We can proudly say that we have accomplished another successful milestone on our map, and we look forward to celebrate this landmark occasion with all our loyal clients and employees, who are the backbone of our success.”
FNAC has invited all clients to visit the social media platforms, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (Facebook.com/FnacQatar, Twitter.com/FnacQatar and Instagram.com/FnacQatar), to be updated on the activities and offers during the celebration period.
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