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MENAFN - The Peninsula - 14/05/2014
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(MENAFN - The Peninsula) Ooredoo has announced the winners of the Ooredoo Treasure Hunt Competition as part of the ongoing #Koora campaign to celebrate the 2014 Emir Cup.

The hunt offered 10 people the chance to win a state-of-the-art 55-inch LED TV by finding one of the 10 footballs hidden throughout Qatar. All balls were found in locations such as Katara, MIA and the Corniche, and clues to the locations were revealed via social media over four days. The competition gathered a massive response on social media with over 8,000 likes, comment and shares and a large number of people searching for the balls.

Fatima Sultan Al Kuwari, Director, Community and Public Relations, Ooredoo, said: "This is an exciting response and what we hoped for. By inviting Qatar to take part in our celebrations, we've inspired people to get involved and hopefully to be more active. We aim to continue this success with all our sporting campaigns throughout the summer, and hope to bring #Koora alive with our services and competitions."

The company has planned activities until May 17 when Al Sailiya will play Al Sadd in the final of the Emir Cup, and aims to build excitement for the tournament finale by revealing the winners of competitions and events.

As the main telecommunications partner for H H the Emir Cup, Ooredoo is encouraging people to attend the final match and enjoy the incredible atmosphere at Khalifa Stadium.

Ongoing competitions include the Emir Cup Goal booth and Instagram #EmirCup2014 challenge, with both competition winners to be revealed on the day of the final.

To win an exclusive easy-to-remember number, customers can visit Ooredoo sound-proof booths in Landmark Mall and Souq Waqif until May 15, and scream 'Goal'. The longest and loudest scream will win and be used as part of #Koora campaign.

Customers can also take part in the Instagram #EmirCup2014 challenge by posting a slogan or lyric about their favourite Qatar club with the #EmirCup2014 to enter. The most liked posts will be printed on an official customised iPad and 10 Ooredoo T-shirts for the winner.

This is the latest in Ooredoo promotions and activities built around 2014's sporting tournaments. Customers can look out for more events and giveaways by following Ooredoo's social media pages and the #Koora hashtag on Twitter.

 






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