इंडियन आवाज़     21 Aug 2018 07:45:51      انڈین آواز

Dr Abdul Majid wins top Hamdard Prize

Hamdard announces 200 winners at Bonanza Lucky Draw

AMN / New Delhi

Dr Abdul Majid from Hyderabad became the lucky winner of the bumper prize of Maruti Alto Car announced by Hamdarad here today.

Hamdard Laboratories (India), the 100 year old Unani and FMCG company  announced over 200 winners at their Bonanza Lucky Draw held at India Islamic Centre.

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Launched in 2014, Hamdard Bonanza an innovative customer loyalty programme for Unani practitioners & retailers has now become an iconic scheme. There has been an overwhelming response from Unani fraternity with more than 3500 participants from across the country.

The event was a culmination of Hamdard Bonanza (2016-2017) and saw a lucky draw to identify over 200 lucky winners of prizes, including Bumper prize of a Maruti Alto Car. The other prizes comprised of scooty, laptops & other consumer goods. This event is the culmination of both the phases of this loyalty programme. Phase 1 was from 2nd December, 2016 to 25th January, 2017 and the Phase 2 was from 15th February, 2017 to 31st March, 2017.

“Hamdard Bonanza is a great loyalty programme that we initiated in the year 2014. We are grateful to the hakims and doctors for their contribution in Hamdard and the society at large. Through this programme, we acknowledge their efforts and positive impact on the Unani system,”  said Mansoor Ali, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, Hamdard Laboratories (India).

Established in 1906 by Hakeem Hafiz Abdul Majeed as a Unani company, Hamdard is a progressive, research based, health and wellness organization with a focus on developing innovative and natural solutions for the masses based on Unani system of medicine.

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