Qatar Duty Free is the bronze sponsor of the Qatar ExxonMobil Open 2014, the annual men’s international tennis tournament. Spectators who purchase goods at the Qatar Duty Free pavilion in the value of QR 350 or more will receive a free gift.
The Open will once again bring thousands of spectators to Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex in Doha. Some of the world’s leading tennis players on the men’s circuit, including World No 1 Rafael Nadal, World No 3 David Ferrer and World No 4 Andy Murray, will compete for the prestigious title in the Qatari capital. The Qatar ExxonMobil Open 2014 is one of the ATP tennis events on the world tour – and the first competitive tournament of the 2014 season.
Qatar Duty Free (QDF), a subsidiary of Qatar Airways, will have a presence in the public village with a dedicated pavilion where it will showcase a wide range of items for sale. Spectators will be able to indulge in some pre- and post-game shopping at the public village, conveniently located within the tennis complex.
Saya Qatar Airways Duty Free Senior Vice-President Keith Hunter:
Qatar Duty Free is once again excited to be part of such a prestigious sporting event as we welcome the world’s leading players on the men’s circuit, to battle it out for some fine tennis. This is always a tournament that brings in the fans from Qatar and overseas. At Qatar Duty Free, we look forward to giving fans and our customers a great opportunity to purchase great products at great prices that they would usually only get when shopping at Qatar Duty Free at Doha International Airport.
Spectators will be able to choose from a wide selection of items, including apparel, bags, jewelry, sunglasses, confectionery, souvenirs as well as electronics. Customers who purchase goods in the value of QR 350 or more will be given a free gift courtesy of Qatar Duty Free.
Qatar Duty Free offers a wide assortment of Duty Free products across various categories. A key part of its strategy is to offer something for every passenger, and to make Duty Free shopping a memorable experience.