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VIVA announces strategic partnership with “Shop Bahrain”

VIVA Bahrain customers will be entitled to a number of benefits and privileges throughout the duration of the festival.

VIVA Bahrain, the Kingdom’s most innovative telecom provider, announced its strategic partnership with “Shop Bahrain”, paving the way for VIVA customers to enjoy a number of special and exclusive benefits throughout the duration of the festival.

“Shop Bahrain”, held for the second consecutive year, aims to mirror the Kingdom’s position as an accessible and welcoming destination for families and visitors from across the region by providing a distinctive shopping experience filled with special offers and entertainment. The festival, held from December 24th 2015 until January 23rd 2016, boasts a 30-day celebration of the Kingdom’s heritage, hospitality and tourism offering for the entire family.

VIVA Bahrain customers will be entitled to a number of benefits and privileges throughout the duration of the festival. For every BD10 spent in participating retail stores and shopping malls, shoppers will receive four points against each Bahrain Dinar.

Commenting on the partnership, VIVA Bahrain CEO, Mr Ulaiyan Al Wetaid, said: “The strategic partnership with ‘Shop Bahrain’ is in line with our overall vision to support programs that encourage the economic growth and national economy while offering added-value to VIVA customers.”

“We will also be hosting one of the main attractions which is ‘VIVA Shop & Skate’, offering a unique experience for shoppers along with fun-filled family activities in an open air venue located outside Al Aali Shopping Complex,” he added.

Further commenting on the announcement, Shop Bahrain Project Director, Nawaf Al Koheji said: “We are pleased to partner up with one of the largest telecommunications companies in the Kingdom. We hope thaft this partnership is renewed in the future editions of the festival. We also hope that events hosted this year will gain admiration from all shoppers and participants locally and regionally.”