Arabian Oud launches Saudi campaign
Dubai, January 20, 2013
Arabian Oud, the largest specialised oriental perfume retailer in the world, has launched its 2013 promotional campaign across all its showrooms in Saudi Arabia.
The campaign, entitled “Your Purchases are 100 per cent free”, allows the customers to get coupons with the same amount of the purchased products to be replaced with any kind of Arabian Oud’s fragrances. The coupons can be replaced at any showroom across the Kingdom during the campaign period.
Sulaiman Al Huwaisen, administration manager, Arabian Oud, said: “We highly value our customers’ loyalty, and hence we are always looking for the best ways to reward our customers through launching the best promotional campaigns based on our latest marketing studies.”
Al Huwaisen added: “Arabian Oud offers its customers the opportunity to get free products that are of equal list price value to that of their purchased products through special coupons that will be given at every purchase they make. The coupons can be replaced immediately at the same showroom or later at any of Arabian Oud’s showrooms across Saudi Arabia during the promotional campaign period.”
The company has its own sources of raw materials along with an extensive network of branches and showrooms across Saudi Arabia, GCC, Middle East and Europe.
Arabian Oud’s products have won several prominent global awards from international specialised organisations. The company recently won five of the 14 major awards during the FiFi Arabia – ‘Fragrance Oscars’, in recognition of five of its distinctive fragrances that were launched during 2012. – TradeArabia News Service
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