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Bajaj Genuine Spare parts customers win brand new Bajaj motorcycles with ‘Bajaj Genuine Luck’ 


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1st place winner K.D.S.K Jayaratne receiving the key of Bajaj Pulsar NS 160 motorcycle. DPMC Director (Parts & Accessories) Jayantha Ratnayake, Deputy General Manager (Parts and Accessories) Manjula de Alwis, Divisional Manager (Parts and Accessories) Udith Wijethunga and Divisional Manager (Parts & Accessories) Kapila Senevirathne are also present
 

DPMC Director (Group Corporate Communications) Romany Parakrama handing over the key of Bajaj Discover 125 motorcycle to the 2nd place winner Sampath Premakumara. DPMC Divisional Manager (Parts & Accessories) Chamindra de Silva is also present
 

 DPMC Chief Operating Officer Naalaka Madugalle handing over the key of Bajaj CT 100 motorcycle to 3rd place winner Nirmala Pradeep Hemachandra. DPMC Director Dhanika de Silva and Manager (Parts and Accessories) Chamila Galketiya is also present
 

Sri Lanka’s largest automotive company, David Pieris Motor Company Ltd. (DPMC) announced the winners of ‘Bajaj Genuine Luck’ Grand Draw at a brief ceremony held at its City Office in Battaramulla recently.

Bajaj Genuine Luck is a special prize draw which was opened for Bajaj genuine spare parts customers from 18 February to 30 April. 

The grand finale awarded three lucky winners with Bajaj motorcycles. The grand prize of Bajaj Pulsar NS160 was awarded to K.D.S.K Jayaratne of Wattegedara in Kurunegala while Sampath Premakumara of Magammana in Homagama received the second prize of a Bajaj Discover 125. The third prize of Bajaj CT 100 was awarded to Nirmala Pradeep Hemachandra of Waldeniya in Bokkawala.

During this period spanning 11 weeks, 10 gift vouchers worth Rs. 15,000 were also awarded weekly for customers to purchase DPMC-MRF tyres which is now identifiable with a unique tag.  

The winners reiterated that they are using Bajaj genuine spare parts as it increases the efficiency and durability of their Bajaj vehicles, emphasising the fact that through this draw they are reassured of the value DPMC places for their loyalty and patronage of the Bajaj brand.  

DPMC ensures availability of genuine spare parts for all Bajaj vehicles through its spare parts and accessories outlets and dealer network island-wide. Bajaj genuine spare parts can be identified easily through DPMC’s mechanism for identification, namely, the Baby Elephant symbol and DPMC hologram sticker on the spare parts package which assures customers of its genuineness. Customers can confirm the authenticity of the spare parts by scratching the bottom of the hologram sticker and texting the number that appears to 0777665577. 


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