~ Now rent a cycle and drive through the spectacular décor with illuminated lights, Christmas figurines and spectacular arches ~
Mumbai, 21 December 2020: As the Christmas fever grips the city, Inorbit mall Malad has kicked off the celebrations in style. Inorbit Malad has created quite a buzz in the vicinity with the spectacular inauguration of Winter Magic – A magical Christmas drive through. The extravagant celebration kicked off with 50 cyclists from the Malad Cycling Club, pedalling their way through the illuminated and mind boggling décor that Inorbit has created. The Winter magic comprises of 20+ unique light attractions with movement. Other attractions include covering arches, tunnels and lighting synced with Christmas Music along with snowman, reindeers and gingerbread man. The drive through experience is now open for its shoppers and Inorbit is offering single seater and twin seater cycles on hire for people who want to enjoy the drive through attraction. The cycles on hire will be available from 18th December 2020 onwards, between 7pm to 11:30pm.
The cycling enthusiasts not only inaugurated the Christmas décor but also spread the message of green transport. These volunteers encouraged people to use cycle as a mode of transport for their travel and promote a pollution free environment. Inorbit ensured that the event was hosted with all the safety protocols in place without overcrowding at the event. The evening was a visual treat the every visitor which a lot of action happening giving the ambience a Christmas feel.
“Inorbit is known for creating unique experiences. This year we wanted to begin the celebrations with a social messaging for the betterment of the environment. We are happy we could achieve that with the Malad Cycling Club.” Said Naviin Ibhrampurkar, Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications, Inorbit Malls.
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