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Triumph will celebrate the spirit of Easter with an Easter egg hunt during the Easter week starting from 8 to 10 April. It will feature an addition to the usual shopping experience and allow consumers to enjoy their shopping spree while indulging in some delicious Easter eggs.
All Triumph Exclusive stores will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. while providing the shoppers the opportunity of winning gift vouchers courtesy of Triumph.
A daily Easter egg hunt will take place and one lucky winner will walk away with a voucher worth Rs. 2,000 from Triumph daily. An Easter egg will be hidden in store and the customers will be invited to find the concealed Easter egg and the first to discover it during the course of the day will receive the gift voucher.
Triumph’s innate desire for perfection, combined with 125 years of understanding the intimate needs of women around the world, allowed the brand to earn global reputation in the lingerie field as the benchmark for quality and perfect fit, bringing new confidence and beauty to women all over the world.
Triumph is ready to mesmerise its customers during Easter so, be a part of this glorious season at Triumph!
Triumph International is one of the world’s largest underwear manufacturers. The company enjoys a presence in over 120 countries with its core brands Triumph, sloggi, Valisère and HOM. Triumph employs more than 36,500 people and achieves a turnover of CHF 2.2 billion (2010).
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