Setia City Mall operated a colourful Wheel of Fortune booth at S P Setia’s recent Chinese New Year celebration in Setia Alam. Children under 12 were invited to determine a prize by spinning a wheel. They then had to answer a question related to safety and environmental sustainability successfully to receive the prize.
Some of the questions asked include: What is the purpose of wearing a seatbelt? What do red, yellow and green mean on a traffic light? And name three items you can recycle. Prizes included Setia City Mall merchandise, as well as Ang Pow packets and the grand prize of an iPod Nano worth RM549, which was awarded to Gigi Goh, aged 7.
Daniel Steffe, Marketing Director of Greenhill Resources, said: ‘It was very exciting for our team to see young people so enthusiastic about safety and sustainability. Being able to give them prizes for their knowledge was a very rewarding experience.’
Setia City Mall is being developed by a joint venture between S P Setia and the Asian Retail Investment Fund, a fund managed by the investment arm of international property developer Lend Lease.
Parkson, Golden Screen Cinemas, Urbanfresh and Harvey Norman will be the mall’s main attractions, who will be complemented by over 200 local and international stores, a number of large format retailers and a public park. It will also offer efficient access to over 2,500 car parks and will be easily connected to nearby roads, towns and major highways.
Setia City Mall is set to dramatically enhance the area’s shopping and leisure offer and will provide broad appeal to draw customers from across Malaysia, with a focus on the wider Klang Valley.
The new mall will be designed, marketed and managed by the joint venture entity, combining the best of Malaysian and international retail development skills and experience to create a high quality, successful retail environment.