Hyundai to launch Always Around campaign on May 4 in India
Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) has announced that it will start its nationwide 'Always Around' campaign from May 4. This campaign is in its eighth consecutive year and will go on till December 2014.
The campaign will give the vehicle a thorough examination that includes an 18-point check up with oil top-up facility. The drive will be spread across the company's 460 national outlets covering 8000 locations and expected to serve around 2lakh Hyundai customers. The campaign includes free checkup camps at convenient locations with Hyundai expecting 10,000 vehicles to attend from all over India on its launch day.
Customers will also get tips and advice from technicians on how to keep their car in immaculate working condition for a long time. Hyundai through this campaign will also collect feedback and suggestions about their vehicles performance as well as their after sales service. Visiting customers will also get to test drive the latest Hyundai cars present at the location.
Rakesh Srivastava, sr. vice president, sales & marketing, HMIL, said, "The 'Hyundai Always Around'campaign is an initiative to build a strong bond with our valuable customers. The campaign has been getting favorable response over the years and the customers have also been appreciative of the campaign. This year also we are expecting to target our large customer base and we aim to provide them with the maximum benefit and services. I am sure with this initiative will help us further enhance our relations with our customers."
Hyundai Launches 8th Nationwide 'Always Around' campaign
|New Delhi, May 04, 2014: Hyundai Motor India Ltd, the country's largest passenger car exporter and the second largest car manufacturer, is back again with its nationwide service initiative - 'Always Around' campaign in a mega avatar for the eighth consecutive year. On May 4th, the 'Hyundai Always Around' campaign will kick-off nationwide and will be held several times during the year. This campaign will provide free check-ups for its customers at convenient locations. Last year camp was organized at around 7410 locations. This year, the 'Hyundai Always Around' campaign has grown much wider in terms of locations and reach and will continue till December, 2014 covering 8,000 locations wherein Hyundai will be reaching out to around 2 lakh customers in an effort to make them smile by ensuring that their car is in the best of condition. Around 10,000 vehicles across 460 locations nationwide are expected to attend the camp on the launch day. The mega 'Hyundai Always Around' campaign is an innovative and convenient format for customers. Customers can service their cars at various convenient locations and also get expert advice from Hyundai technicians to maintain their car in future. Commenting on the campaign Mr. Rakesh Srivastava, Sr. Vice President - Sales & Marketing, HMIL, said, "The 'Hyundai Always Around' campaign is an initiative to build a strong bond with our valuable customers. The campaign has been getting favorable response over the years and the customers have also been appreciative of the campaign. This year also we are expecting to target our large customer base and we aim to provide them with the maximum benefit and services. I am sure with this initiative will help us further enhance our relations with our customers." The 'Hyundai Always Around' campaign will offer a comprehensive 18 point check-up with oil top-up and a thorough examination of the vehicle and services, collect suggestions and feedback on the performance of the vehicle and after sales service. The customers will also have a chance to see and test-drive the latest Hyundai cars which would be there on display at the venue.|
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