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Massey Ferguson Organizes Mega Lucky Draw for Tractor Customers

KJ Staff
KJ Staff

TAFE – Massey Ferguson Tractors organized a Mega Customer Meet, where more than hundred lucky customers were awarded various prizes like gold coins, motorcycles, TVs and smart phones. About 1700 people participated in the event that took place in Vrindavan Colony Grounds, Lucknow. The highlight of the day was a very delighted winner Mr. Bhanu Pratap from Orai, Jalaun District taking home the newly launched Massey Ferguson 5118, TAFE’s latest offering in the sub-20 hp segment.

The Massey Ferguson’s Lucky Draw witnessed two lucky customers win a motorcycle each, 3 customers winning LED TVs and 5 customers winning latest smart phones!

Under the Season Gold Scheme (owners of tractors sold in September – November 2019), Mr. Ram Swaroop Katiyar from Kanpur received a 100gram gold coin, 11 customers received 10 gram gold coins, 31 customers received 2 gram gold coins and 51 customers received 1 gram gold coins.

Mr. Ravindra Gupta, Vice President- Network Strategy & Allied Business Development, TAFE, presented the rewards to the winning customers. One of the participants, Amarnath Rai from Sultanpur, said, “It was great to see TAFE host such a grand event for the farmers of UP and witness the unbeatable range of Massey Ferguson tractors in action, which are working successfully for the farmers in my area. No other tractor provides such quality, dependability, fuel economy and resale value as Massey tractors.”

The customers also witnessed the might and mettle of the Massey Ferguson range of tractors through a power-packed multi-Implement demo, that exhibited the technological advancement, superior build-quality and versatility of Massey Tractors with a wide range of applications and equipment. 

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