Tawar Mall has unveiled plans to install Qatar’s largest LED display screens, which will serve as prime advertising spots on the exterior facade.
The QR12mn eight-screen setup, due to be placed around the mall, will cover a combined area of 800sqm.
Tawar Mall, which boasts a premier central location in Doha’s main intersection connecting key financial and residential districts, handles the installation, preparation, and maintenance of the screens.
The screens offer 4K display resolution with ultra-high-definition image quality and performance for resolution-rich commercial advertising.
“We constantly strive to add new and creative elements to the existing facilities available for shoppers and business partners at the mall,” Tawar Mall chairman Jassim Jabr Tawar al-Kuwari said.
“Adding Qatar’s largest LED display screens covering a considerable area on the mall’s exterior façade is yet another step in our commitment to continue to re-define the retail sector in Qatar, inspired by the concept on which the mall was originally built,” he said.
Tawar Mall has an existing line-up of indoor prism view screens, being utilised for a diverse range of advertising campaigns.
The mall features a wide selection of fashion, sports, gadgets, department stores, family entertainment area, a hypermarket, and nine-screen cinema.
This is in addition to a boutique hotel, world-class restaurants, and a traditional old Souq area.
The opening hours are from 10am to 10pm (Saturday to Wednesday) and from 10am to 12 midnight (Thursday and Friday).
Tawar Mall’s social media platforms provide regular updates about the various developments: @TawalMallDoha on Facebook, @TawarMallOfficial on Instagram, or @TawarMallDoha on Twitter.
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