Atlas Jewellery to open mega showroom in the city

Published: 21st December 2012 10:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st December 2012 10:46 AM   |  A+A-

Atlas Jewellery, the global gold and diamond dealers, is opening their new showroom in Thiruvananthapuram which will be their second showroom in India. The showroom, situated at North Nada, Kizhakkekota, will be inaugurated by Sashi Tharoor, Minister of State for human Resources Development on December 23. Noted South Indian cine artist Trisha will inaugurate the diamond section and V S Sivakumar, Minister for Dewaswom and Health will inaugurate the premium watches and precious stone ornaments section.

In connection with the inauguration of the store Atlas offers valuable prizes for customers who purchase on select days. From December 23 to  January 8, 2013, Atlas gives three Hundai EON cars as prizes through lucky draws. The lucky draw will be on December 23 and January 1 and 8 of January.

Moreover gold coins will be given as free gifts till January 5 for those who purchase for Rs 40,000 and more.

Atlas has also formulated two gold saving schemes that enable customers to get protection from the spiralling gold price. Atlas Easy Payment Scheme and Atlas Gold Savings Scheme are the ones the jewellary has in store for its customers. Through  Easy Payment Scheme customers can buy in advance, ornaments of their choice.

The money can be remitted in easy installments and when the money is fully paid customers can own the gold. By buying gold in advance customers get protection from the possible hike in gold prices. Through the second scheme the invested money is credited as gold in customer’s name. As it is credited as gold at the time of investment price hike that comes later doesn’t affect the customers. For more details about the scheme contact 8943344155, 8943344165 or 8943344164.

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