Spark Lifestyle Electronics yesterday inaugurated its second showroom in the country, at Barwa Village.
The opening is in line with Spark Lifestyle’s objective of “providing one more avenue to customers and expanding its footprint in Qatar”. Its first showroom was opened at Dar Al Salam Mall, Abu Hamour, in 2014.
As a special inauguration offer, Spark Lifestyle is giving its first 20 customers at the Barwa Village outlet a tab worth QR799 free on purchases worth QR2,000 or more.
Spark Lifestyle Electronics is a part of Video Home & Electronic Centre, a 35-year-old company popularly known as Jumbo Electronics.
“Spark Lifestyle Electronics is a premium lifestyle electronics destination offering a wide range of consumer electronics and appliances to cater to the most discerning customers. Be it new products or the latest technology from world-renowned brands, all of these can be found at Spark Lifestyle Electronics,” according to a statement.
“World-renowned brands like Sony, Samsung, LG, Philips, Sharp, Harman Kardon, JBL, Apple, Hitachi, Canon and many other are available. Spark also provides easy instalment at 0% from leading banks,” it adds.
Speaking at the inauguration, CV Rappai, CEO and director of Video Home & Electronic Centre, said: “At Spark, the customer is the focal point, around which all products and services are centred to provide a ‘touch & feel’ experience - enabling you to know more about the product before purchasing.
“Customers wanting to shop from home can conveniently shop our entire range of products online at sparkqatar.com and have them delivered to them. The compare tool can be used to compare models before purchase.”
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