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Tires & Batteries Division of Juma Al Majid Continues to Expand Following Successful Yokohama Tire Clinic 2015

Dubai – 14 December, 2015:  In response to the widespread demand for high-performance tires in the UAE market and the significant growth in sales following the success of the Yokohama Tire Clinic Campaign 2015, the Tires & Batteries Division of Juma Al Majid Group has announced their plans to nearly double the number of showrooms in the UAE within the next three years.

Compared to previous years, the Yokohama Tire Clinic 2015, which commenced 17 October, witnessed unprecedented levels of sales growth. Customers still wishing to avail the campaign promotion may visit any of the designated Yokohama showrooms in Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah through 16 December.

“We are pleased to see such a positive response from our  customers; truly this increase in sales and traffic to our showrooms reflects our stance as the most trusted brand in providing quality, high-performance tires,” said Mr. Hassan El Haj, General Manager of the Tires & Batteries Division at Juma Al Majid Group. “As we endeavor to better serve our customers, we look forward to opening six more showrooms and continuing our strong presence throughout the UAE. In the meantime, and in an effort to further delight our customers with instant prizes, we invite our customers and fans to share their enthusiasm by participating in the Snap & Win competition on our Facebook page.”

The two most recent additions to the company’s network of showrooms opened in September, and are located in Sharjah Industrial Area No. 6 and the Abu Dhabi Mussafah Industrial Area. The outlets are fully-equipped with the latest technology, machinery and equipment, and are staffed with highly trained and professional staff members.

During our campaign we had checked around 15 vehicles and taken down all the technical details and provided the drivers with advice booklets. The training team memebers educated the drivers and fleet incharge regarding the importance of correct inflation pressures and tyre rotation which was appreciated by them.