Who is your Ramadan Champion? nominate them now to win big prizes!

The “Champions of Ramadan” campaign has been launched by Carrefour to help customers live better during this holy month and encourage them to reflect on the spirit of Ramadan.

You can take part by nominating yourself or members of your family for exemplifying virtues including wholesome eating, savvy purchasing, charity giving and camaraderie.

On April 8, Carrefour will hold a special suhoor where five “Champions” will compete for a chance to win a brand-new kitchen worth more than AED20,000, courtesy of Beko Home Appliances. This consists of a refrigerator, a dishwasher, a washer, a cooktop, and other kitchen equipment.

Bernardo Perloiro, Chief Operating Officer, GCC, Majid Al Futtaim Retail, commented: “We understand the daily dedication and responsibilities that go into making each day of the holy month special, which is why we have decided to celebrate our ‘Champions of Ramadan’ who go that extra mile in bringing everyone together. Whether that’s by preparing delicious dishes, laying the table beautifully, shopping for groceries, or donating to charity. We want to inspire people to express their gratitude to one another and recognise those who go above and beyond. We are excited for customers to grab their phones, get creative, and tell us who is their ‘Champion of Ramadan’.”

You can nominate a ‘Champion’ by uploading a story, video, reel, or post across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok along with the hashtag #ChampionsOfRamadan. Content must tag @carrefouruae to tell the brand what makes each nominee truly unique.

This rewarding competition accompanies the leading retailer’s promotional campaign, with discounts up to 50 per cent across 6,000 products to help customers manage their spending. Carrefour is equally dedicated to keeping the spirit of generosity alive through its partnership with Emirates Red Crescent, which offers customers the chance to donate boxes containing essential food items to those in need. Boxes are priced at either AED50 or AED100, with everything from Carrefour’s own brand, and can be purchased for customers’ personal use or given to vulnerable families across the UAE.

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