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Winner of Malabar Gold & Diamonds festival campaign felicitated
January 8, 2019, 1:42 pm
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Malabar Gold & Diamonds, one of the largest jewelry retailers globally, recently awarded the winner of its ongoing ‘Malabar Gold & Diamonds Festival’ promotional campaign. The winner, B. Vinoth Kumar received the prize of 100gm gold from Shahil, Branch Head in the presence of management of Malabar Gold & Diamonds.

The 8th edition of the ‘Malabar Gold & Diamonds Festival’ campaign was recently launched with a variety of exciting promotions that is slated to end on 26 January. During the promotional period, customers at any Malabar Gold & Diamonds outlet are entitled to a ticket on their jewelry purchases that enters them into a raffle draw to win up to 2 kilos of gold. In another promotion, with every purchase of gold and diamond jewelry worth KD 40 allows buyers a chance to win a 100 gram of gold bar each in 10 raffle draws. Buyers of diamond and precious gem jewelry purchases worth KD 250 will each receive a 1gm free gold coin. Customers also get free gold coins on every purchase of 18k gold jewelry worth KD 80.

The Malabar Gold & Diamonds Festival is a true shopper’s delight with an assortment of eye-catching designs in gold, diamonds, platinum, and precious gems from different parts of the world. There is also the latest and most vibrant collection of jewelry to suit the tastes of the brand’s multicultural and multinational customers. Malabar Gold & Diamonds also features a range of designs namely Ethnix - Handcrafted Designer Jewelry, Era - Uncut Diamond Jewelry, Mine - Diamonds Unlimited, Divine- Indian Heritage Jewelry and Precia - Gem Jewelry

This season, Malabar Gold & Diamonds showcases its latest collection of gold, diamond and precious gems jewelry at their outlets to celebrate this festive period.

 

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