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Kalyan Jewellers announces first winner of ‘Half-Kilo Gold’ promotion
December 24, 2015, 1:19 pm
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Kalyan Jewellers, one of the leading jewelry brands in the Middle East, congratulated Dilip Komat, first winner of the ‘Half-Kilo Gold Every Week’ promotion. Kalyan Jewellers launched a spectacular campaign for the holiday season that rewards winners with half-kilo gold in lucky draws being held between 8 December and 31 January, 2016.

Customers can participate in the campaign with a minimum purchase of KD120 at any of the three Kalyan Jewellers showrooms in Kuwait. Those who buy gold will receive one coupon, whereas those buying diamonds will receive two coupons for automatic entry into the lucky draw. There is also a ‘Scratch and Win’ element built into the coupons wherein customers can win gold coins of one gram, 0.750g, 0.500g, 0.250g and 0.100g.

Ramesh Kalyanaraman, Executive Director Marketing and Operations, KalyanJewellers said, “The half-kilo gold campaign is a compelling proposition for customers. It allows them to take advantage of the soft gold prices and also avail of the opportunity to win half-kilo gold and extract maximum value out of their purchases. We believe that the offer provides customers with an opportunity to have a memorable holiday and bring the perfect start to the New Year. ‘’

There will be four lucky winners picked from four draws in Kuwait. The draw dates, which are spread over nine weeks, will be held on 17 and 27 December and on 11 and 31 January, 2016.

Within a short span of two years, KalyanJewellers has made a strong impact in the GCC and has built a loyal base of over 250,000 customers. It has a significant presence in the UAE with 10 showrooms, and three showrooms currently in Kuwait.

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Basheer vk  Posted on : December 28, 2015 4:55 pm
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