After 34 years in business, The Mall 2 Ramkamhaeng is preparing to undergo a major renovation with all merchandise on sale at its Unforgettable Sale campaign, which lasts until January 14.
Chamnarn Maytaprechakul, executive vice president, The Mall Group Co, Ltd said: “The Unforgettable Sale campaign will see all items on sale to clear the mall before officially closing its doors on January 15 for renovation after 34 years in business. This sale is a sendoff to thank customers for their patronage, especially long-time customers in the Ramkamhaeng and nearby areas. The Ramkamhaeng branch was the beginning of The Mall branch expansion to other areas.”
The 45-day sales campaign features merchandise from every department: cosmetics, perfume and skincare products at Beauty Hall are up to 90 per cent off, some products are up to 50 per cent off and all regular-prices items are 10 per cent off; watches and athletic footwear are 50-70 per cent off.
In addition to sales, from January 4 to 14, there are many special promotions: items starting at Bt99; deal of the hour; buy 1 get 1 free; buy 2 get one free; items at Bt10, Bt50 and Bt100.
Customers can shop online at MCard Shop Online with free shipping at Line @MCardshop.
The Mall Group was the first retailer to invest in the Ramkamhaeng area with The Mall Ramkamhaeng’s launch in December 1983 back when the neighborhood was an outlying area of Bangkok. This branch of The Mall was just as modern as other malls in the city centre. Throughout 34 years of service, The Mall 2 Ramkamhaeng developed continuously to meet customers’ shopping needs, gaining customers’ trust, and developed Ramkamhaeng community into a business area. Currently, Ramkamhaeng area is developed with expansions of residential buildings, resulting in lifestyle changes. The sky train’s orange line is in progress to link residents to the city center quickly and conveniently. As such, business in this area is growing and thriving so The Mall decided to renovate The Mall Ramkamhaeng to meet the growing and changing needs of Ramkamhaeng residents.