Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros Co (AAB), the exclusive agents for Toyota and Lexus in Qatar, have started their Qatar National Day celebrations with a week-long campaign from December 10-17.
The celebration has been organised to thank esteemed customers for helping make Toyota and Lexus the leading automotive brands in Qatar, AAB has said in a press statement.
Accordingly, AAB has dedicated prizes to express their appreciation for the company’s customers.
Customers who buy any vehicles from Toyota or Lexus showrooms, or the pre-owned vehicles showroom, as well as those purchasing parts from the main spare parts centre or servicing their vehicle during the campaign period, will have a chance to win one of two Toyota Corolla Hybrid 2020 models through a raffle draw.
This comes as a sign of the company’s appreciation for customers, the statement noted.
R K Murugan, acting CEO, said: “At AAB, we would like to show our appreciation to our customers for their continuous support for, trust in and loyalty towards our brands.
The Customer Appreciation Week is one of the ways in which we are reaching out and saying thank you.”
The campaign is unique as AAB employees and representatives from their principals, Toyota Motor Corp, thank customers in their own language – ‘Shukraan’, ‘Salamat’, ‘Shukriya’ and ‘Arigato’. Toyota and Lexus have a “large lineup of models that appeals to all customer requirements and AAB is truly committed to provide the best purchase experience to all its customers”, the statement added.
As part of the Customer Service Enhancement Programme, the Toyota and Lexus showrooms are open seven days a week.
Also, to “provide the best ownership experience,” AAB has eight service centres located in various parts of the country and its call centre is open 24 hours from Saturday to Thursday, in order to support customers.
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