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Vision Electronics offers Russia tour at DITF


Vision Electronics offers Russia tour at DITF

Vision Electronics, a popular brand of electronics products, has come up with huge offers for football lovers at Dhaka International Trade Fair (DITF) centering the upcoming FIFA World Cup to be held in Russia, said a press release on Sunday (Jan 14).

Customers will get opportunity to visit Russia after purchasing products of Vision Electronics from its premier pavilion (No: 26). Customers will also get confirmed gifts on purchasing products including jersey of favorite team, t-shirt, football apart from instant cashback up to TK 10000.

The three-storied pavilion has been adorned with over three hundred products including television, refrigerator, air-conditioner, rice cooker, blender, microwave oven, electric kettle, infrared cooker, roti maker, room heater, iron and fan.

Mohit Chakraborty, Brand Manager of Vision Electronics said “We are exhibiting 25 new products including portable AC, inverter AC, cordless iron, LED TV, smart LED TV, electric kettle and geyser at the fair. Two new models of refrigerator with 512 liters and 566 liters respectively are being displayed which will be available in the market next month.”

Mahabubul Wahid, General Manager (Marketing) of Vision Electronics said “We are participating at the fair with large space to introduce our quality products with customers. Generally, the longevity of electronics products largely depends on the proper use of products. For the reason, we have an ‘experience zone’ on the second floor where visitors can learn proper use of electronics products through experienced technicians.”

He also said “we have arranged virtual football games on the second floor to entertain the visitors where a monitor is kept on the front side of a mini football ground.  Three players has formed a human wall in front of goalkeeper. Visitors can kick the invisible ball and score a goal which will be seen live on the ground floor through a giant LED monitor.”

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