Walton motorbike show from April 4


Walton motorbike show from April 4
Staff Reporter

Dhaka, Mar 22: For the first time in the country, Walton is going to organise a three-day motorbike show at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in the city from April 4. The organiser claims that the show will bring to light the positive aspects of motorbikes. It ensures comfortable journey and helps to avoid traffic jams that are now posing a formidable threat to normal life style and the over all development of our country.

Different companies from home and abroad will exhibit their best models at the show  along with Walton, the country’s leading electronics, electrical and automobile manufacturing and marketing brand.

To make the show a success, Walton has already launched a publicity campaign at eight private universities and will continue the campaign at other universities in a bid to encourage students and young people.  On Sunday Walton conducted its publicity campaign on IUB campus in Bashundhara Residential area and on AIUB campus at Banani in the city.

Models Emon and Piasa were present at the programmes attended by several thousands of students. Mijanur Rahman, Walton director and international marketing expert, Shaheen Sarker, manager, and Udoy Hakim, deputy manager, of Walton creative and media department, and Enaet Ferdous, Walton adviser, were present, among others, at the programmes.

In his speech, Walton Director Mijanur Rahman said “For the first time in the country Walton is going to arrange the show with a view to popularising the motorbike use to ease traffic jam”.

There is no alternative to the use of motorbike to get rid of heavy traffic jam in the Dhaka city and ensure safe roads all over the country, he opined.

Walton is now manufacturing and marketing ultra modern technology incorporated energy saving remote control motorcycles and trying to reach the motorcycles within the capacity of young people, specially the students.

Due to world standard quality, Walton brand motorcycles are being exported to different countries of the world, he said.


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