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Enjoy an incredible weekend with Colombo City Centre

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This weekend, Colombo City Centre will be offering awesome activations that will provide excitement for the whole family. 

On Saturday, 15 June, you can experience that awesome cricket feeling with Colombo City Centre’s ‘Pitch and Win’ promotion. Enabling you to play your best game of cricket ever, this event will give you the opportunity to win amazing prizes. How the game works is that you will have to bowl and release a ball onto our life-size cricket gaming board. Reminiscent of an actual cricket match over, you will only have six chances to pitch your best shot to score big. If you attain the highest score, you will stand the chance to win an incredible gift voucher courtesy of Colombo City Centre. 

Colombo City Centre will also be celebrating Father’s Day on Sunday, 16 June with a series of fun games designed to thrill both dad and kid alike. These will encompass a boxing arcade challenge, fish to win and froggy jump whac-a-mole. There are also cool prizes to be won including a branded pair of sunglasses from Vision Care and vouchers courtesy of CCC. 

Colombo City Centre will also provide you another opportunity to commemorate this special day with free portraits offered at our photo booth.

So, join us for a weekend filled with fun and merriment! Both activations will take place from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Colombo City Centre, Sir James Peiris Mawatha, Colombo 2. Free portraits and ‘Pitch and Win’ will be valid only for customers who shop over Rs. 2,000 and Rs. 5,000 respectively. For more information, please contact 077 156 7848.

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