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Posted On: 22 June 2022 09:48 am
Updated On: 22 June 2022 10:59 am

Win big prizes at KidZania Doha’s Carbon SaverZ competition

Vrinda Abilash
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Win big prizes kidzania doha carbon saverz competition

KidZania Doha recently launched their newest variable program, Kids for a Greener World, which is an environmental initiative dedicated in battling climate change through sustainability. Alongside it, they are running an exciting and brilliant competition where you can win BIG prizes!

Here's what you need to know about the Carbon SaverZ competition:

Help make the world a greener place by earning carbon credits from doing activities around the city. To join, register at the Main Plaza to get your own Carbon SaverZ booklet which you will use to collect stamps!

How to win:

  • Join activities around the city to earn carbon credits.
  • After each activity, you will receive stamps equivalent to Carbon Credits.
  • Collect as many Carbon Credits as you can!

The top three earners from June 14 to August 19 will win these amazing prizes sponsored by Alif Stores.

  • 1st place: PlayStation 5
  • 2nd place: iPad mini
  • 3rd place: Apple watch

Here’s a friendly tip: The more booklets you finish, the more chance you have of winning, so visit KidZania Doha more often to earn more carbon credits!

To have unlimited access to KidZania Doha, get your Summer Pass now for only QR 1,499 to increase your chances of winning. So go on, earn carbon credits, and start your journey towards sustainability now!

Kids for a Greener World runs from 14th June to 19th August and aims to raise awareness to kids on how we can better take care of our environment through sustainability or clean renewable sources. By doing activities around the city, they will learn about the importance of sustainability and reducing carbon emissions. Besides this, a Zero Emission Miniature City can also be found at the Main Plaza where kids can better understand how clean renewable energy sources work through operating them themselves.

Source and image credit: Press Release