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Hyundai announces to start 'Always Around' campaign from 4th May

Hyundai announces to start 'Always Around' campaign from 4th May

Snapshot: Hyundai's 'Always Around' campaign starting from 4th May. The company will run the campaign at approximately 8000 locations this year

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Hyundai has announced a kick off to the 8th edition of its nationwide 'Always Around' campaign from 4th May in India. The event is meant to serve free car check-ups to existing Hyundai owners and giving them expert guidance on how to maintain their vehicles in future. Last year, Hyundai organised the ‘Always Around’ camps at 7410 convenient locations across the country. This time the company has decided to come across 8000 locations and is targeting to set the milestone of serving 2,00,000 customers. The camps under this year’s edition will be organised several times till the end of this calendar year.

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 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 this initiative will help us further enhance our relations with our customers.”

Under this innovative campaign, Hyundai will offer a comprehensive 18 point check-up with oil top-up for vehicles. Hyundai technicians will be there to carry out a thorough examination of the vehicle to give suggestions and feedback on the overall performance of the vehicle and after sales service. Interested customers will also have a chance to see and test-drive the latest Hyundai cars, which would be there on display at camp locations. Around 10,000 vehicles across 460 locations nationwide are expected to attend the camp on its launch day.

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