Nikon announced new offers for this year’s festive season. Durga Puja, Dusshera and Diwali are on its way making this festive season a family season. Nikon started ‘I AM NIKON’ campaign and extensive targeted advertisements in the local newspapers, magazines and television.
Nikon India is presenting its prized patrons with a lucrative offer allowing customer to make the best of this season. Nikon is offering BENRO T600 EX Tripod (Worth Rs.2,750) with D-SLR D3300, D5200 & D5300 and PHOTRON STEDY PRO 560 Tripod (Worth Rs.2,950) with D-SLR D3200. Also, included are 8GB class 10 memory card and D-SLR bag with the entire DX format camera range, and D-SLR tutorial DVD comprising of 48 episodes with the complete range of D-SLR cameras.
Nikon is also offering a D’Signer Watch (Worth Rs. 2,999) with COOLPIX P610, COOLPIX S7000, COOLPIX S3700 & COOLPIX S2900 and a Provogue Watch (Worth Rs. 2,499) with COOLPIX L840, COOLPIX L340 & COOLPIX L31. Nikon is also offering 8GB class 10 memory card and camera pouch with the complete range of COOLPIX cameras. Nikon is also hosting a number of contests on its social media channels to celebrate each festival.
On this festive occasion, Mr. Kazuo Ninomiya, Managing Director, Nikon India Pvt. Ltd. said, “Festivals are occasion to celebrate with family and loved ones; they bring peace and joy while breaking the monotony of life. To capture these special moments with the loved ones we are providing an array of benefits on purchase of Nikon products. Over the years, our customers have reposed great faith in us and their overwhelming response towards our products has aided in our growth.”
Mr. Sajjan Kumar, Vice President – Imaging Division, Nikon India Pvt. Ltd. said, “India is a land of cultural and traditional festivals which are special for everyone and as a custom during this period people prefer making new purchases. Nikon India, being the market leader in imaging industry, aims at presenting the customers with products and offering that would enrich their experience to a whole new level.”