Online Shopping Store Gives 50% Off On Selected Items For Campaign’s 2 Weeks Duration
Nepal’s leading online shopping site Infi Store announced the launch of their new campaign “Bring it On: Sports, Music, and Exercise”. Starting from February 21, 2021, Infi is tying up with renowned brands like Mantra Guitar,
The Guitar Shop, Yamaha Music Store Diet Nepal, Supplement Pasal, Physiotherapy as well as local vendors such as Bhadrakali Sports, Annapurna Sports & Music-making sports, music, and exercise equipment available at the most reasonable prices.
Concerning the campaign’s motto, one of the Infi Store spokespeople remarked, “Youths today are trapped in the world of mindless scrollings and double taps. These endless internet surfings is taking a toll on their mental and physical well-being.
With the Sports, Music, and Exercise Campaign, Infi is encouraging the youths today to stay active and use this time to keep themselves, their body, and their mind healthy.”
To get recognition from music enthusiasts, sports players, fitness freaks as well as occasional hobbyists, Infi Store has decided to apply the following:
- Infi plans on making a wide range of products available with a variety of discounts and offers.
- The campaign will last for 14 days.
- The online store plans on making these products accessible to all its customers by delivering all over Nepal.
- Infi as an organization believes in giving back to society in every way possible. 10% profit from the purchase of each product goes to Feed Hungry Nepal. By purchasing our products, the customers will be able to be part of this noble cause.
About Infi Store:
Infi Store is an e-commerce platform dedicated to assisting people with a range of everyday necessities, delivered at their doorstep. Infi has been differentiating itself with super-fast delivery and best prices.
With the recent success of Infi Kitaab Karnival, a two-week-long book campaign, with which books were made available and affordable all over Nepal, Infi is now gearing towards sports supplies, musical instruments, and exercise equipment with its new campaign “Bring It On”.