Imagine beginning the New Year with a brand new Car? What a brilliant way to go! Christmas is coming and so are the good times. With so many great destinations under one roof, there’s no better place to do your Christmas shopping than the Ikeja City Mall. There’s also no better time than now to shop for that perfect gift because you can win a brand new Renault Logan, valued at over N2 million, simply by spending N5,000 at any of the many fantastic shops, restaurants or entertainment centres in the mall.
All you have to do is take your receipt to the gorgeous Ikeja City Mall (IMC) brand ambassadors, wearing black t-shirts with the inscription -“WANT TO WIN A CAR? ASK ME” and “WIN A CAR THIS SEASON”. Look out for them at all entrances of the Mall and they’ll give you your ticket. You could be driving this great car when the draw takes place at the end of year concert on 28th December at the parking lot of the Mall. Remember you have to be present to win this car! There are gifts galore for you in store and for the kids there’s fun by the ton at our Christmas grotto.
The IMC is without a doubt a first-class shopping mall within the landscape of Lagos State rapidly being known for its specialist facilities which include: department stores, banks, cafés, bars, restaurants and the only cinema in Ikeja among others.
What’s more? Shopping hours have been extended to 10:00pm during Christmas. Need more details? Simply click on this and “Like” our Facebook Fan Page http://www.facebook.com/ikejacitymall
Speaking during a recent media facility tour of the 22,000 sqm of retail and entertainment space, Mrs. Debola Majekodunmi, the Centre Manager, said as part of their Social Responsibility, the ICM will be hosting kids from an orphanage on Saturday, 22nd of December.
The ICM, which is managed by Broll Property Services Limited, has also opened the first and only cinema theatre in Ikeja, a 5-screen Silverbird Cinema. The ICM also has, amongst its many and illustrious tenants, the renowned Shoprite supermarket brand and as well others including department stores, banks, cafés, bars and restaurants.
On shoppers’ experience, Mrs. Debola Majekodunmi assured that the Centre management is doing everything possible to make shopping in the ICM pleasurable and comparable with other malls outside the country. She noted that Nigerians do not have to travel abroad to shop and enjoy shopping as ICM is fast taking its place in the Lagos State landscape as a shopper’s paradise ensuring that shoppers experiences will be enhanced.