Safari Storme Inspired Merchandise Now Available On Ebay - Overdrive

Safari Storme inspired merchandise now available on ebay

07 Jun 2014 / 0

Tata Motors gives its customers the opportunity to go online and shop for merchandise based on the Safari Storme. Tata has teamed up with to sell Safari Storme inspired merchandise through a separate brand store for the Tata SUV on ebay.


The store is stocked with apparel like t-shirts while buyers also have the choice to pick up some reasonably priced accessories for their cars. There are quite a few interesting things on offer like torches and compass sets, trekking bags, pocket knives and more.

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Speaking on the announcement, Ratul Ghosh, head,  strategy, eBay India, said “The brand store will showcase special merchandise inspired from the iconic SUV brand exclusively for over 2.1 million active eBay consumers in India. From clothing to travel and camping gear, eBay India consumers from over 4,306 cities, towns & villages in the country will now be able to access exclusive Tata Safari Storme merchandise 24X7.”
Delna Avari, head, marketing communications, passenger vehicle business unit, Tata Motors, added, “ Through this initiative, we aim to further engage and deepen our connect with the ever discerning customer, who is increasingly turning to the online space, to not only plan their next holiday, but also make purchase of music, games and possibly everything, even for day to day use. eBay India is a great place to shop, guarantees reliability and allows our adventure seeking customer to gear-up for that next off-road excursion and exciting Safari Storme merchandise at the click of a button.”


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