Among the long list of thrills on the anniversary itinerary at the mall will be a three-day fashion freeze show, featuring cat-walking models who would sport designer outfits exclusively selected from the mall’s own fashion shops.
West Hills Mall, Accra’s trendiest destination for modern shopping and entertainment, has just released a package of activities marking its first anniversary and the Christmas season.
West Hills’ management sources say the centre will be ‘hyper busy’ from this week, till October 30, the day the mall officially opened for business, through November and throughout the entire yuletide season and would feature the re-stocking of all shopping outlets and a variety of entertainment programmes.
Mr. Michael Oduro Konadu, Marketing Manager, told newsmen that beginning this week, West Hills Mall is “swinging into a pleasurable celebratory mode which will offer all shoppers and revellers top-of-the-scale services, a series of promotional programmes and quality entertainment”.
“Accra West and the rest of the capital should better get ready. As I speak, the mall has just launched an exciting ‘Shop and win Promo’ specially designed to reward our customers and patrons. Shoppers get to win fantastic prizes just by shopping to the value of Ghc 50.00 from any shop in the mall. If you recall how we gave away a brand new KIA Rio to a broadcast journalist after spending just Ghc 120.00, you can understand how exciting this promotion is,” said Konadu.
Among the long list of thrills on the anniversary itinerary at the mall will be a three-day fashion freeze show, featuring cat-walking models who would sport designer outfits exclusively selected from the mall’s own fashion shops. The show will run concurrently with live and interactive outside broadcast sessions by Joy FM, Starr FM and Kasapa FM.
On October 30 the mall has lined up a community school musical sing-along which will feature a colourful balloon show culminating later in the evening in what may be described as the climax of the celebration - a massive open air musical concert to be headlined by a celebrated Ghanaian artiste whose identity Mall management is determined to keep as a surprise for now.
Indeed the mall’s ‘birthday activities’ appear to have already commenced in earnest as a massive outdoor children’s fun park, with the West Hills Mall cartoon Mascot in attendance, was opened on Friday. “We consider children as a delicate component of our client base, requiring very special attention and care.
This is a birthday celebration and since West Hills Mall is a destination for the entire family it will be an unpardonable mistake to leave our children out of the fun,” Konadu said.