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OPPO rewards top performing Abans showroom managers island-wide with foreign tours


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Senior Brand Manager Fritz Fernando, OPPO Lanka CEO Bob Li, Abans Senior Deputy Directors Channa Pathirana and Dinesh Perera

Teams awarded with foreign tours

OPPO Sri Lanka organised a series of tours to Thailand, Bali, China and England for 50 sales managers from Abans showrooms, one of their key distributors to reward high volumes of sales achieved during the recently-concluded sales campaign. OPPO felicitated the tour participants prior to their tours at a festive event organised at Avani Kalutara Resort. 

A number of invitees including Abans Managing Director Behman Pestonjee, OPPO Lanka Chief Executive Officer Bob Li, Deputy Directors Channa Pathirana and Dinesh Perera, Abans Senior Brand Manager Fritz Fernando, as well as winners of the evening were present at the pre-event celebrations. 

“Over the years, we’ve been able to make our prominent mark in the smartphone market in Sri Lanka given our particular appeal to youth. OPPO mobile users are familiar with the quality, product design and specifically the AI beautification feature and the high quality cameras of our brand. Our core values of celebration of self-expression and innovation resonate with our youthful customers. Throughout our journey, Abans has been a robust partner of success as a key distributor across the island. Today, we share our gratitude towards Abans showroom managers through offering them opportunities to enjoy exploring destinations overseas,” commented OPPO Sri Lanka Chief Executive Officer Bob Li.

The tours were all expense paid with visits to numerous sought after attractions and activities. Showroom managers islandwide who achieved the highest sales volumes from November to January won the chance to visit England while those who achieved the highest volumes of sales from February to April won the chance to visit China. Sales Managers who achieved high sales volumes from November to January won the chance to visit Bali, Indonesia while another group of sales managers who achieved high volumes of sales from November to January and February to April won the chance to visit Thailand. 

“OPPO is a popular brand amongst youth in Sri Lanka. We can safely recommend OPPO brand devices to our customers based on the availability of innovative features and quality. On behalf of Abans, I would like to express my gratitude to OPPO for giving our showroom managers a chance to explore the world and take a deserving break from their busy schedules,” commented Deputy Director Dinesh Perera. 


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