QMDI organizes activities for children at Qatar Masters 2014

January 28, 2014 - 12:17:38 pm

DOHA: Qatar MICE Development Institute (QMDI) arranged two special day outings for the children of the Shafallah Centre and the Doha International Center from Special Needs on the sidelines of the Qatar Masters 2014 for golf tournament, held in Doha last week.

QMDI was the Gold Sponsor of Qatar Masters 2014 for the second consecutive year.

The golf tournament is one of the most prestigious sporting events in Doha and part of the European Tour.

The children first visited the Family Zone, where they took part in various golf-based activities, coloring, and even got to meet cartoon mascots.

They then visited the QMDI stand in the Public Pavilion where they enjoyed more fun and games.

Then it was off to the QMDI VIP Chalet where they received some putting lessons before being treated to a private trick show by world renowned, Mark Reynolds.

The highlight of the days was when the children had the opportunity to meet the professional player from The European Tour, Marcel Siem, who stopped by to sign autographs and pose for pictures with them.

QMDI Chairman and CEO Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Naser said that QMDI is keen to promote high value community relationships in Qatar as part of their commitment to local community outreach.

He added that QMDI aims to help bring encouragement, and support these special children.

These days out are a way for QMDI to support the children from the Shafallah Center and the Doha International Center for Special Needs.

QMDI offers a comprehensive service in three main areas, Professional Conference Organizers (PCO), Live Events, and Exhibitions.

The organization specializes in managing large-scale events for the government, commercial and public sectors, working closely with clients and stakeholders to generate concepts that deliver outstanding experiences at successful events.

QMDI was founded by Qatar Foundation as one of the largest and most experienced event management company in Qatar to promote high value community relationships in Qatar. (QNA)

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