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Niranjans Joins With Suzuki Cleanup Campaign

In 2015, the year of 50th Anniversary of Suzuki outboards, the fourth clean-up campaign was attended by 1258 members in 22 countries. Suzuki Motor Corporation was pleased to announce the
03 Sep 2016 10:43
Niranjans Joins With Suzuki Cleanup Campaign

In 2015, the year of 50th Anniversary of Suzuki outboards, the fourth clean-up campaign was attended by 1258 members in 22 countries.

Suzuki Motor Corporation was pleased to announce the fifth “Clean up the World Campaign”.

The campaign was started so as to increase Suzuki Brand awareness around the world and to contribute to a better marine environment.

Suzuki says it is always willing to provide “the ultimate marine experience “to our customers.

To realise that, it believes healthy and clean environment is essential.

Based on the thought, the clean-up campaign originally started in Japan in 2010. Suzuki marine team members cleaned up the lake Sanaru nearby the Suzuki head office in Japan.

The campaign expanded to the world, supported by 439 members in 11 countries.

Since then, the campaign was held every year by 537 members in 2013 and by 313 members in 2014.

In 2015, the year of 50th Anniversary of Suzuki outboards, the fourth clean-up campaign was attended by 1258 members in 22 countries.

Niranjans Autoport Limited has joined this activity which was held on Saturday August 20 from 6am – 8am in a rainy weather.

The company said: “We believe that a clean environment is important for our customers to experience the great days on the water with Suzuki outboards motors.

“This campaign was a great opportunity to show and imply Suzuki’s care and respect toward a clean environment in developing outboards.

“This activity was well received and we believe that we were able to contribute to the society as well as strengthen Suzuki brand.

“We will continue contributing to sustainable development in both environment and society.”

Source: asco MOTORS

 

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