Tanishq celebrates 10-yr completion
Announces attractive offers for customers, launch of Karameter
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 16: Celebrating 10-year completion of its operations in the Valley, Tanishq on Saturday announced attractive offers for its customers here.
Addressing media here Area Business Manager, Tanishq, Anubhav Sarwahi said the company at its outlet in Srinagar will offer 0.5 gram gold on every purchase to its customers. “The offer that shall start from Monday will be valid for three days,” he added.
Flanked by outlet owner, Nisar Malik, he said Tanishq will install a special machine at its outlet here that will test the quality of the gold.
“The machine ‘Karameter’ has been approved by the World Gold Council,” he said, adding that it would be installed to provide facility to the customers here to check and test the quality of their gold. “For the first three days customers will not be charged for checking their gold,” he said, adding that the Karameter gives accurate analysis by its unique non-destructive technique without any loss.
He said the company will also start its golden harvest saving scheme wherein customers pay in instalments to get gold.
“We have come up with exclusive wedding jewellery made from 22 karat gold, enhanced by coloured precious gems. The collection is designed keeping in mind the importance and relevance of each day of a marriage ceremony,” he said
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