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Al Habtoor Group acknowledges Dubai Government Departments following successful launch of La Perle

by The Media Office

Mohammed Al Habtoor, Vice- Chairman & CEO, Al Habtoor Group thanked UAE government departments who helped ensure the successful World Premiere of La Perle by Dragone in mid-September. La Perle, the region’s first resident entertainment show, is brought to Dubai by the Al Habtoor Group and produced by cultural creation company Dragone.

The World Premiere, which took place on Wednesday 13 September 2017 was attended by more than 1,300 international and regional VIP guests in the show’s permanent hightech theatre at Al Habtoor City.

In a meeting held at the Al Habtoor Group head office on Monday 26 September 2017 Mohammed Al Habtoor thanked senior officials from Dubai Police, Road & Transport Authority (RTA), and Security Industry Regulatory Authority (SIRA) for their coordinated effort in ensuring the show’s official launch was a smooth operation. He said, “The collaboration between the Al Habtoor Group, La Perle and the government departments helped make the World Premiere a resounding success. Since the show opened, at the end of August, Dubai Police, RTA and SIRA have helped make sure that the extra flow of traffic in and out of Al Habtoor City has gone smoothly. I would like to commend all involved.”

He awarded representatives from each government body with a certificate of appreciation. Accepting the recognitions were Brigadier Saif Muhair Al Mazroui, Director of Dubai Traffic Police – Dubai Police, Brigadier Rashed Khalifa Al Falasi, Director of Emergency in General Department of Protective Security and Emergency – Dubai Police, Brigadier Mohammad Rashed Bin Seray AlMuhairi, Deputy Director of the General Department of Criminal Investigation – Dubai Police and Dr. Yousef Al Ali, CEO of Taxi Dubai - RTA.

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