Emirates NBD, one of the leading banks in the region, announced the launch of the 2012 Emirates NBD Warehouse Sale, which begins Thursday, June 14, and runs until Sunday, June 17, at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
As part of this annual event, offering deep discounts for Emirates NBD, Emirates Islamic Bank and Dubai Bank credit and debit cardholders, the bank is offering even special offers and live updates via its dedicated Twitter account: @EmiratesNBDSale.
The banks customers visiting the Warehouse Sale also have a chance to win prizes for tweets and re-tweets about their experience at the event; to do so, they must use the special hashtags #Megasale or #warehousesale. Fifty such winners will be drawn daily.
"The Emirates NBD Warehouse Sale is just one of the many ways that we show our appreciation to our customers," said R. Sivaram, Senior Vice President, Cards Business Head, Emirates NBD. "By offering up to 70% discounts on branded goods, our annual Warehouse Sale has become a key event on our clients' calendars."
"In line with our ongoing focus on customer outreach, we are very pleased to integrate Twitter into this year's event, providing additional opportunities to benefit from the great offers at the Warehouse Sale," he said. "We encourage all of our customers to visit the event - and to follow us on Twitter."
The four-day Emirates NBD Warehouse Sale takes place at Zabeel Hall 2 in the Dubai World Trade Centre, and is open from 10AM-10PM daily. The event will feature a very wide range of branded goods, including jewellery, electronics, cosmetics, apparel, footwear, eyewear, home décor and watches.
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