Peaks Auto hosts Iftar parties
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Aug 30: Peaks Auto hosted a series of Iftar parties at different districts in the Kashmir Valley during the month of Ramadan.
More than 200 customers and bankers from twin districts of Pulwama and Shopian attended its Iftar party at Pulwama, the company in a statement said.
It said special arrangements were made for breaking fast.
The company has conducted an Iftar party at a local hotel here on Aug 27. A large number of Valley-based workshop owners and executives of Maruti Suzuki from Regional Office Chandgarh and Area Office Jammu were present.
In another Iftar party at E-outlet Islamabad (Anantnag) on August 29, a large number of customers and bankers, besides company executives were present.
Many customers and bankers appreciated the company’s initiative to hold Iftar parties. “Such events bring the customers and dealers at one platform and promote new ideas and generate new suggestions,” the customers and bankers said.
Baldev Singh, MD Peaks Auto Limited, thanked those who attended the events. He said his journey in the automobile world started from Peaks Auto Corporation in 2006, as the Sole Distributors for Maruti Suzuki Genuine Spare Parts for Kashmir and Ladakh.
“Since its inception, Peaks Auto Corporation has been increasing the sales month on month and year on year, touching a sale of 1 crore/month,” he said.
“Honoured with many awards by the company, we were authorised to open retail outlets also, in different districts of Kashmir and Ladakh region,” he said.
He said, “After the hard work and dedication we got Maruti Suzuki Dealership in Srinagar, in 2008 and with the support of our esteemed customers, Peaks Auto was awarded with the All India Best
Showroom Award and also won many other awards in the very first year of its existence.
He said for the convenience of customers “we have been organizing Car Melas and other activities which create awareness about Maruti Suzuki products.”
“Maruti Driving School has been started at Rajbagh Srinagar to help the society to make people more educated about the driving standards,” he said.
He said special schemes are being introduced for government employees and students to make driving easier for the new learners.”
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