PETALING JAYA: The One Utama shopping centre is hoping to maintain a double-digit growth in revenue this year, despite the gloomy economic outlook.
“Last year, the volume of visitors to the shopping centre increased by 9%. The number of vehicles also increased by 8%,” said One Utama director Datuk Teo Chiang Kok at the launch of the Bukit Utama Clubhouse and ONECARD Cash Back campaign recently.
Teo added that although the official figures for last year were still being calculated, it was roughly a 12% to 13% growth in revenue.
The ONECARD Cash Back campaign entitles members to a RM5 rebate with every RM100 spent at any participating outlet in the shopping centre. The campaign ends on May 3.
The RM45mil four-storey clubhouse was built to cater to the recreational and sporting needs of the Bandar Utama community.
Facilities include a nine-hole golf course with night golfing, an Olympic-sized pool, gymnasium, futsal, squash, tennis and badminton courts and a column-free ballroom. — Bernama
swimming, Chinese restaurant, cafe, as well as
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