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Initiative to boost UAE tourism


Al Marzouqi hopes that tourism in Dubai and UAE as well as sectors benefiting from car rental services will strongly recover.

Sajjad Ahmad, Gulf Today

Amid strong efforts to boost tourism in Dubai after the resumption of activities and the adoption of the private sector of the UAE initiatives to revive the economy, Emirati entrepreneur Mohamed Al Marzouqi CEO of ‘RPM’ for rental car, announced an initiative to promote the UAE tourism sector with the resumption of economic activities after interruption due to COVID-19 pandemic.

Al Marzouqi said that the initiative includes prizes offered by ‘RPM’ for car rental, which are three “Mini Cooper” cars model 2021, that will be drawn every two months, meaning that the draw will continue over a period of 6 months.

He explained that the competition for the three cars requires the customer obtain a coupon after spending Dhs350 in ‘RPM’ company provided that the coupon participates in the three draws that will be organised in a neutral and transparent way.

Al Marzouqi expected that tourism in Dubai and UAE as well as sectors benefiting from car rental services will strongly recover.

He added: “Dubai is regaining its glory and charm after reopening and welcoming lovers of swimming, recreation and meditation again in the context of the gradual return to normal life with implementing all precautionary measures following the instructions and guidelines of social distancing.”

Al Marzouqi praised the efforts of the wise leadership in the UAE and the role of prudent measures that were adopted to accelerate the pace of economic recovery in record time.

He continued: “There was a great risk in buying cars with tens of millions, but Dubai tourism will not fail us ... companies also benefited from the facilities provided by the state in terms of postponing the obligations with the banks besides facilitating the procedures and postponing collection of charges.”

Al-Marzouqi said that Expo 2020 Dubai, which will be held next year, will significantly boost tourism industry and car rental activities in the country.

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