Creating a good and interactive relationship with your customers is very important for every business. Either you use social media, television advertisements, web-blogs, or real-time activities, it is essential to keep the customers engaged with the brand. In recent times, many companies have come up with various ideas but the global smartphone brand, TECNO has taken the lead with its unique connection with the fans and customers.
After multiple successful campaigns, TECNO has executed another campaign that has given it a clear lead. The brand started touring major cities of Pakistan with the agenda to take its participants through the famous tourist spots and give a chance to capture the beauties with the amazing Camon 16. The participants were all given Camon 16 ultimate camera solution phones to cover the event and the people with the best pictures will be given a winning prize after the campaign ends.
Covering Islamabad successfully, TECNO graced the populous city of lights, Karachi. The city is famous due to its active nightlife, the glamour of the city’s open shops, outdoor activities and the ever famous sea view. The venues visited include the Frere Hall and the beautiful beach of Hawke’s Bay. Frere Hall is one of the prominent historical architectures of Karachi from the early British colonial-era and serves as an exhibition space and a library. After touring this, TECNO took the participants to the breathtaking Hawke’s Bay. The beach was formed in the early 1900s and is very popular among tourists with hundreds of people visiting daily for swimming, camel and horse riding, and vacation trips.
After the tiring tour, TECNO took all partakers for a lavish lunch at the famous Café Strada. All the participants were given gifts from the brand as a token of gratitude. Also, the fun does not end here. TECNO shall be coming to Lahore after this. Plus, the participants with the best-captured pictures from the whole campaign will be given winning prizes from TECNO. Fingers crossed for what the brand will be bringing for its fans in the near future.