Hyundai launches the sixth edition of the annual 'Always Around' campaign
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- 01:27 pm, June 22, 2012
The carmaker will setup up camps at popular locations in your city to run a 17-point check-up of your Hyundai car.
It’s that time of the year when carmakers organise various camps for monsoon maintenance, free check-ups, new service initiatives etc. to strengthen their rapport with the customers. Hyundai has been one such carmaker who is at the forefront of organising car maintenance / check-up camps under the ‘Always Around’ banner. Now in its sixth edition, the ‘Always Around’ campaign will soon commence for 2012 and Hyundai aims to reach as many as 110,000 customers across 8,800 locations in India. Hyundai expects to have 7,500 registrations for these camps which will span across 110 cities in India.
To make life easier, Hyundai will reach out to the customers instead of the customers having to go to a Hyundai dealership. These camps will therefore be seen at popular locations like jogger’s parks, multiplexes, malls, residential townships etc. The Hyundai professionals will aim at providing the car-service, clean-ups and check-ups while the customer is busy shopping at the mall, watching a movie, or burning some calories!
Announcing the launch of the campaign, Mr. Arvind Saxena, Director, Sales & Marketing HMIL, said, “At Hyundai we always aim at providing our customer with a trouble-free experience right from the sales process. We invest heavily on research for understanding the needs of our customer and accordingly deliver products and put in our best efforts towards after sales services. The ‘Hyundai Always Around’ campaign is aimed at reinforcing our bond with our valued customers. It has been a great success over the years as we have been witnessing huge response from our large customer base. We are confident that this year as well our customers will benefit from this programme and we will be able to carry forward our relationship to the next level.”
First Published on 01:27 pm, June 22, 2012
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