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Cooptex offers discount to mark 78th anniversary

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‘Two for One' scheme introduced on the occasion

Happy occasion:Dharmapuri Collector R. Lilly (left) inaugurated the first special discount sale at the Co-optex Showroom on Saturday.-Photo: Special Arrangement
Happy occasion:Dharmapuri Collector R. Lilly (left) inaugurated the first special discount sale at the Co-optex Showroom on Saturday.-Photo: Special Arrangement

The special discount sale at the State-owned Co-optex showroom ‘Nellikkani Pattu Maaligai' on Pennagaram Road was inaugurated by District Collector R. Lilly here on Saturday.

Inaugurating the first sale at the showroom, Ms. Lilly said that the special discount offer was extended to celebrate the 78th anniversary of Co-optex, which falls on April 2. Due to the patronage of the customers towards handloom textiles, Co-optex successfully operated for 77 years.

Apart from that, Co-optex was the largest cooperative organisation in the nation.

To mark its anniversary, Co-optex has introduced a special scheme, ‘Two for One', i.e. if a customer buys two handloom clothes, they will get one material free of cost.

Apart from this, special discount of 20 per cent for purchases up to Rs. 1,999, 25 per cent for purchases for Rs. 2,000 to Rs. 4,999 and 30 per cent discount for purchases for Rs. 5,000 and above will be offered.

The discount will be offered up to April 2 at all the Co-optex outlets.

During this period, all the showrooms of Co-optex will function on holidays, she added. Balasubramaniyam, Senior Regional Manager; Ranjani, Sales Manager; and Neelamani, Show Room Manager, were present, says a press release.

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