From Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Limited, Peter England, has launched an exceptional initiative #TimetoVaccinate, to inspire the continuing vaccination drive in the country. The brand has broadcasted free shopping valued INR 1000 for customers who have occupied the COVID-19 vaccine.
Peter England was originated in 1889, Londonderry, Ireland to deliver British soldiers with good Khaki trousers during the Boer War. The brand was attained by Aditya Birla Group in 2000 and hurriedly went on to develop India’s foremost Menswear Brand. The brand was listed in top five most trusted brands in clothing segment for 7 successive years. And keeping in synchronize with the youth, Peter England proposals clothing that outfit to every fashion instance of a young professional’s life.
With a dependable belief in genuineness, Peter England has become one of the utmost trusted and accountable international brands, offering matchless value to young Indian men. With a robust foothold in causal and formal menswear sectors, Peter England also proposals advanced collections in denims, festive wear, Indie’s kurtas, linen, accessories, and further.
Vaccinated Customers making buying of INR 1999 can avail the superior offer at selected Peter England showrooms. All they need to do is show evidence of vaccination, either CoWin screenshot or Dose certificate, laterally with their Aadhaar card. This supplementary one-time reward can be demanded over and above the other discounts relevant at the time of purchase. Customers who have received even the first dose of the vaccine are qualified to avail of this benefit till 30th June 2021. Peter England is heartening people to take the shot and using the #TimetoVaccinate hashtag crosswise its social media podiums to boost the campaign further.
Speaking about the initiative, Mr. Manish Singhai, COO of Peter England said that, they are pleased to announce our #TimetoVaccinate initiative in the shared interest of public health and protection. They identify that as a public, we are facing a disastrous sickness on a universal level and they feel it’s their obligation to keep pushing the vaccination undertaking across the country. With this initiative from Peter England, they object to safeguard the well-being of our customers, he added.