Hero Electric announces 'Be a Bike Buddy' scheme
Hero Electric has launched a 'Be a Bike Buddy' scheme for its potential buyer and the existing customers. This scheme offers a flat discount of Rs 2000 on every product and an additional discount of Rs 2000 can be redeemed if the customer is referred by an existing Hero Bike owner.
That makes a discount of Rs 4000 on a purchase of a Hero Electric product. Over that, the company has rolled out a scheme in which every 50th customer who books the Hero Electric scooter will get a "Glyde e-scoot" for free. The company has been introducing lucrative deals durig the lockdown to boost customer sentiment.
The scheme is applicable on all products (excluding Flash lead-acid low speed and Glyde E-Scoot model) purchased online between 25th June and 15th July. Other additional features introduced by the company includes doorstep delivery, doorstep service and 3-days no questions asked return policy.
Sohinder Gill, CEO at Hero Electric said, "We have 3 lakh plus happy e bike owners who are also our brand ambassadors and keep referring their friends to buy a Hero E bike. "Be a Bike Buddy" scheme now allows them to gift Rs.2000 in shape of discount to the prospective customers to enjoy the benefits of an affordable, convenient and zero pollution Hero E bike. The company in turn sends a small thank you note to such existing Hero E-Bike owners through a Rs.1000 discount coupon and a chance to win a Hero Optima for free. Our earlier schemes have been a runaway success and I believe this novel idea will help create a fraternity of like-minded citizens who care for a cleaner environment and wish to contribute to a green cause whilst switching to an affordable, convenient and comfortable Hero E bike."
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