Skyline Automotive, a Jaidah Group company and the official distribution partner of Hyundai Motor Company in Qatar, has announced an “exciting new offer” to celebrate its partnership with FC Chelsea and the back-to-school season.
The partnership builds on previous sport-related initiatives that the automotive company has launched to engage with the community, according to a press statement.
The offers include special benefits for new car buyers and a chance to enter a raffle draw, wherein one customer can win a “dream trip” to London for two and attend a Chelsea FC football game, celebrating the official partnership between Hyundai Motor Company and Chelsea FC.
Other benefits include a five-year/100,000km free service package, one-year free comprehensive insurance and four years’ unlimited mileage manufacturer warranty on selected models, the statement notes.
Johan Madarasz, marketing manager at Jaidah Group, said: “It was really important for us to provide a unique offer to audiences in Qatar to celebrate the back-to-school season and, at the same time, we decided to align this offer with the official partnership between Hyundai and Chelsea FC as the new Premier League season takes place. The offer provides a package of benefits that gives customers peace of mind, while at the same time spreading the football fever.” One can discover the back-to-school offer at the Skyline Automotive Hyundai showroom or by visiting www.hyundai.com.qa.
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