Accra Mall celebrates 10 years of shopping excellence

Ghana’s first large-scale mall, Accra Mall has launched its 10th year anniversary with exciting giveaways including a brand new car among others for loyal customers in a monthly scheme dubbed Birthday Drive.

The Accra Mall anniversary, which is being marked from now till July 2019, will reward shoppers every month with prize giveaways promotions from tenants and entertainment in the Food Court.

Commenting on the plans outlined for the celebration, Marketing Manager of Accra Mall, Denise Asare said:

“We have embarked on this reward journey to show our customers how much we value them. In partnership with Premier Motors, the grand prize winner walks away with a brand new Renault Logan. Huawei Ghana and other partners have supported with countless consolation prizes up for grabs on a daily basis.”

She said shoppers who spend GHC 300 or more at any store or a combination of stores from 9 July to 3 September 2018 can enter the promotion area in the Mall Square in anticipation of the final draw on 8 September.

The Central Manager of Accra Mall, Olympio Agboadza said a 10th Anniversary is heavily loaded with many surprises month after month. “From now to July 2019, we’ve lined up fashion show, monthly highlife sessions, Social Media Week, shopping night and other activities to reward our loyal customers massively.”

The Central Manager added the management team of the state of the art retail and shopping centre in Accra is grateful for the loyal tenants of Accra Mall many of whom have been with the mall since its opening.

More information can be found on the Accra Mall Website

The Accra Mall, commissioned on July 4th, 2008, is one of the most modern western style shopping centres in West Africa and the first large-scale mall in Ghana. The mall is an enclosed fully air-conditioned shopping centre, it has a retail space of 20,322 metre square with parking for over 900 cars.

The Accra Mall is anchored by South African giants, Game, and Shoprite and accommodates 65 line shops, a radio station, a 5 hall cinema and 11 restaurants of which 30% are operated by Ghanaian retailers.