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It’s “Caribbean Calling” with Motorola this DSF

01-28-2008 02:56 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Globalnet

/ PR Agency: Matrix PR
Motorola V8

Motorola V8

Globalnet, the authorized distributor for Motorola in the UAE announced its special promotions as part of its sponsorship activities during Dubai Shopping Festival. Luxury Cruise packages to the Caribbean, LCD TVs, XBOX consoles feature amongst the countless prizes that can be won during this DSF. This offer entitles each customer to win a prize with a scratch and win coupon upon the purchase of a Motorola phone from Globalnet’s retail partners.

Said Neal Barros, General Manager of Globalnet, “Dubai Shopping Festival drums up a vibrant mood in the retail arena and we are celebrating this festive period by rewarding our customers. A memorable 9-day Caribbean Cruise awaits three couples on a 5-star cruise liner covering some of the exotic locations. In order to spread a smile on all our customers’ faces this DSF, over 2,000 prizes will be given away including LCD TVs, XBox 360 consoles and gift vouchers from Damas and Giordano. DSF constitutes an important date on our marketing calendar and our consistent commitment to the Shopping Festival over the years has yielded positive results for Motorola phones and accessories.”

Customers can choose from the wide range of latest Motorola phones designed to suit each lifestyle. For the style fanciers there is MotoRAZR² V8 – which doubles their chances of winning with two coupons. For those who seek style and class the V8 Luxury edition and the sleek premium handset MotoSLVR L9 with its powerful multimedia features; for the multi-taskers, MOTO Q9 with 3G QWERTY keyboard proposition and MOTORIZR Z8 for the music freaks.

Said Neal Baross of Globalnet, “ Motorola’s promotion will run from 24th January to 24th February across Globalnet’s distribution network in Dubai, which includes all branches of Carrefour, Jumbo Electronics, Sharaf DG, Jackys, Radioshack, Telefonika, Plugins Electronix, Virgin Stores, Compume, i2 Mobiles, Géant , Panda, , Aptec Mobiles, KM Trading and Gulf Oasis.”

About Motorola:
Motorola is known around the world for innovation and leadership in wireless and broadband communications. Inspired by the vision of seamless mobility, Motorola is committed to helping people connect simply and seamlessly, information, and entertainment that they want and need. Motorola strives to achieve this by designing and delivering "must have" products, "must do" experiences and powerful networks -- along with a full complement of support services. A Fortune 100 company with global presence and impact, Motorola had sales of US $42.9 billion in 2006. For more information about our company, our people and our innovations, please visit http://www.Motorola.com.

About Globalnet:
Globanet, a part of the Dubai based Koohiji Group, is the authorised distributor for Motorola products in the UAE since 1997. The company has won several awards for its marketing successes, including the 2005 Motorola ‘Distributor of the Year’ award for the MENA region. Globalnet is one of the five strategic business units of the Koohiji Group which markets a diverse portfolio of products and services covering telecommunication,, office automation wireless communication, Digital entertainment content,, customer care and repair services and HVAC.

Issued on behalf of Globalnet by Matrix Public Relations. For further information, please contact Reshma Tahiliani on Reshma.t@matrixdubai.com or Sharon Periera on sharon@matrixdubai.com

Matrix Public Relations is an independent public affairs consultancy based in Dubai, the dynamic commercial and media centre of the Gulf.

We specialise in providing PR counsel and services to help our clients enhance their brand equity and corporate reputation in the region. By marrying international PR expertise with perceptive local knowledge we are able to plan and implement strategic communications initiatives that really make a difference.

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