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Syrian wins $1m in Dubai Duty Free promotion
By a Staff Reporter August 30, 2017
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DUBAI: Two time winner Chehadeh Mansour, a Syrian national living in Dubai, has doubled his luck in Dubai Duty Free after two years as he won $1 million in Series No.251 with ticket No.1199 at a draw held at the Concourse A of Dubai International Airport on Tuesday.

Mansour first won a BMW 750Li Exclusive car back in January of 2015.

Mansour, a regular participant of Dubai Duty Free promotions, is currently on holiday in Syria with his family. He is also the fifth Syrian national to have won $1 million from Dubai Duty Free.  

The 47-year old father of four children works as a salesman in Gold Souk and purchased his ticket when he was travelling to Beirut from Terminal 1.

Following the Dubai Duty Free Millennium Millionaire draw, two more winners were unveiled in the Dubai Duty Free Finest Surprise Promotion.

Lady Luck also shone down on Ishwinder Singh Rehsi, a 23-year old Indian National from Jabalpur,  who won a Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe (Guards Red) in Series No.1662 with ticket No.532.

Rehsi bought his first ever ticket in the Dubai Duty Free promotion when flying back home after his short visit to Dubai. When advised of the news Rehsi said: “I’m surprised to hear such a wonderful news, and I thank Dubai Duty Free for this luck.”

Another winner is Ali Saad Al Janoubi, a Saudi Arabian national. He won a BMW R 1200 R bike in Series 313 with ticket No.216.

Janoubi is not contactable at the moment and so his surprise still awaits him.
 

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