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Wegahome opens third outlet in Kota Sentosa

by Alan Dexter, alandexter@theborneopost.com. Posted on July 21, 2012, Saturday

OFFERING PROMOTION: (From left) Panasonic sales representative Fanny Chen, Sony branch manager Jimmy Ng, Panasonic branch manager Yeo Chen Khee, Wong, Samsung branch head Lee Chee Wei and Samsung sales executive Jerry Jong posing during its promotion.

KUCHING: Wegahome Electrical Sdn Bhd (Wegahome) is holding an opening promotion this weekend with the opening of its third outlet here in Kota Sentosa.

According to the managing director of Wegahome, Wong Kin Soon, the opening promotion is only for it’s 7th Mile outlet located at S/L 45, Lot 1476, 7th Mile New Commercial Centre, Kota Sentosa.

“This is our third outlet and we are holding an opening promotion until this Sunday. There are five prominent brands on display such as Panasonic, Samsung, Acer, Sony and Sharp,” said Wong.

He also added that apart from electrical items, there are also some electronic gadgets displayed for sale such as laptops, computer and smartphones.

During the promotional period, Wong noted that customers would receive a free gift with every purchase of RM500 and above.

“Besides that, Samsung is also having a lucky draw. The grand prize for the draw is a 43 inch Samsung plasma television,” he added.

When asked regarding financing, he said that the easy payment services is available, prominently using AEON Credit Service. Other financing services are also available.

“AEON Credit Service is also having a promotion whereby the interest rate will be at one per cent, a delayed payment of one month and a free handphone as a gift,” said Wong.

Also present during the opening were the branch managers and branch head of Panasonic Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Samsung Malaysia Electronics Sdn Bhd, and Sony Malaysia Sdn Bhd.

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