Hyper Nesto launches major car promotion campaign



Arab News

Published — Wednesday 27 February 2013

Last update 27 February 2013 2:10 am

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Well established retail group Hyper Nesto is going for the biggest car promotion in the Kingdom covering 3 Toyota Land Cruiser and 15 Toyota Corolla cars. The campaign, titled Nesto Drive 2013, starts today at all Hyper Nesto branches across the Kingdom. The promotion is claimed to be the biggest in the Kingdom, which will continue till the end of May.
Exclusive new Toyota Land cruiser and Corolla cars will be showcased at all Hyper Nesto branches, including the Kingdom’s newly opened Biggest Hyper, at Gardenia Mall Azizia and Batha in Riyadh, and at Al Bilad Mall in Dammam.
Customers will enjoy winning cars every week during the promotion period. Nesto will have other fun programs alongside customer-friendly campaigns, including kids coloring competition, food festival, business pavilion, medical camp, seafood festival, cheese and olives festival, etc. The event also covers demos and tasting.
This is part of their annual celebration and every year the fleet length and store numbers are increased to attract maximum customers and reachability. “Nesto is one of the best hyper markets in Saudi Arabia with its customer friendly business strategy and policies. The biggest attraction of Nesto is its regular events for school students, cooking festivals for women, and medical camps for the needy.
“Team Nesto is all set to unleash this promotion for a new shopping experience in the Kingdom,” a top Nesto Saudi operations executive said.
Nesto has 27 Stores across the GCC and plans to open another 13 stores during 2013. Nesto’s objective is to become the most favorite shopping destination with its best quality products at the lowest prices.

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