‘Buy Genuine Parts and Win’, an awareness-creating campaign, initiated by General Automotive Company (GAC) for Mitsubishi and Fuso car owners, concluded efficiently with a raffle draw that saw three winners taking house money prizes of RO300, RO200 and RO100, respectively.
The two-month campaign, held from May 26 to July 25 as an educational physical exercise to apprise consumers on the value of purchasing genuine automobile components, was produced added particular with a Parts Purchase Raffle Draw Scheme to encourage obtain of only genuine components. The draw, held not too long ago, picked Hilal Hamed from Barka branch as the very first winner, followed by Victor Sawaya and Al Ameen Saj, each from Azaiba branch, as the second and third winners.
“This was a concerted drive from GAC quarters to create better awareness of genuine car parts for both our Mitsubishi and Fuso brands. We organised this campaign as a part of our ongoing public service initiative to educate our customers and prospective buyers on the importance of buying genuine parts to avoid further damage to their vehicles – even accidents. We have always sought to keep our clients informed about the harms that can come from opting for spare parts that are readily available in the market. With the ‘Buy Genuine Parts and Win’ campaign, we drove home the message with a raffle draw that was centred on the coupons disbursed against purchase of parts,” explained Manoj Ranade, basic manager of GAC.
Under the campaign, consumers who produced money purchases of components worth RO50, in a single obtain, had been entitled to a coupon that was incorporated in the raffle draw. The campaign was inclusive of all the autos beneath each the Mitsubishi and Fuso brands and was carried out in all GAC service centres. The final draw was completed by Jamal al Balushi, basic manager, human resource and admin at Zubair Automotive Group, in the presence of GAC and Zubair Automotive Group personnel.
GAC has been advocating the value of acquiring genuine components and not falling prey to dealers of non-genuine components.
Information Source: Muscat Daily