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Thunder & Neon rewards outstanding performers at Annual Sales Conference & Star Awards Ceremony


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Gold award-winners: The Boralesgamuwa branch receiving the award from Thunder and Neon Group Chairman Lalith Lokuge

The Thunder & Neon Group, the country’s leading manufacturer of signage and the largest advertising raw material distributor, held its Annual Sales Conference and Star Awards Ceremony at Hotel Sapphire in Colombo recently. 

The event, celebrated as the company’s inaugural sales conference, rewarded the sales force for their contribution towards astonishing growth in 2017 and achieving challenging sales targets. Longstanding employees were also felicitated at the event with gifts and certifications of appreciation. During the colourful and gala event, management addressed the staff reviewing the company’s sales progress, discussed future sales and marketing targets for the current year, showcased new products and announced staff promotions.

Thunder and Neon Group’s widespread branch network was also showcased during the conference with the best performing branches receiving Gold, Silver and Bronze awards. The Boralesgamuwa branch received the highest accolade of the gold award, while the Colombo 12 branch and Seeduwa branch received the Silver and Bronze awards respectively. 

Established in 1991 as a premier manufacturer of high quality signage (www.thunder.lk), the Thunder and Neon Group later diversified into the trading sector by initiating distribution of advertising raw material. There was further expansion in 2006 and the Group ventured into the Roller and Gate sectors by supplying the market with a host of technically advanced products. 

Additionally, providing CCTV equipment and security systems is another lucrative area that the Thunder and Neon Group has tapped into. Today, the Thunder and Neon Group is recognised as a diversified conglomerate and distinguished as Sri Lanka’s largest branch network of advertising raw materials. Thunder and Neon branches have expanded to Colombo 12, Nugegoda, Seeduwa, Galle, Matara, Kurunegala, Kandy, Boralesgamuwa and Anuradhapura. During 2018, the Thunder and Neon Group will strategically expand its branch network further to better serve customers. 


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