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Ooredoo sponsors Angry Birds World Carnival The Peninsula

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Ooredoo announced its sponsorship to the Angry Birds World Carnival being held at Doha Festival City. The event, which runs until November 16, 2019 is held at Angry Birds World, the first venue of its kind in the world.

Visitors can look forward to live entertainment, food & beverage kiosks an outdoor cinema, family activities and all the attractions at Angry Birds World, Doha Festival City as well as meet and greet sessions with favourite characters.

Exciting attractions at Angry Birds World including Stella’s Edutainment Tree, a multi-level indoor and outdoor karting track, a slingshot ride, multi-level obstacle course and zip lines along with Trampoline Universe.

The Angry Birds World Carnival is open from 4pm-10pm weekdays and from 4pm-12am weekends, and access is free for all.  Speaking of the sponsorship, Manar Khalifa Al-Muraikhi – Director PR and Corporate Communications at Ooredoo – said:” Sponsoring events such as these gives us the perfect opportunity to encourage everyone to enjoy time with friends and family. We encourage everyone to come along and enjoy the Angry Birds World Carnival.”

At the event, Ooredoo is hosting a booth featuring a pop-up Ooredoo shop, and customers can visit the booth to sign up for the upcoming Ooredoo Doha Marathon 2020.

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