Airtel felicitates Navratna Club retailers
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Feb 28: India’s telecom behemoth Airtel felicitated its ‘Navratna Club Retailers’ from J&K at a gala show the company organized at a local hotel here.
Of the ninety nine retailers from J&K who had qualified in the scheme – the company had launched at all circles in the state to recognize the efforts of the “outstanding” retailers – 26 emerged as winners under Gold and Silver category.
The winning retailers were awarded Gold and Silver coins and a certificate each at the function.
Rajesh Aggarwal, Head Sales & Marketing, Bharti Airtel J&K lauded the efforts of these retailers at the function. “This mega event organized is a part of celebration to acknowledge the efforts of outstanding performers who have helped to further customer delight objective of the company by being available at every nook and corner of the region and rendering services to the esteemed customers of Airtel,” he said.
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