HCL Festival Carnival offers Indian consumers Exciting Gifts on purchase of Laptops, Desktops

HCL Intel Festival Carnival With the festive season soon approaching, consumers have a plethora of festive offers to choose from. And here is one more fabulous campaign that has been jointly organized by two giants of the IT industry- HCL Infosystems and Intel.

The special festive ‘HCL Festival Carnival’ started on October 15 and runs through November 15, 2007.

The ‘HCL Festival Carnival’ which is being held in association with Intel Corporation, features never-before-on-offer HCL desktops and laptops.

Under this festival campaign, those who wish to purchase Intel-powered HCL Leaptops, Ezeebee and Beanstalk range of notebook and desktop PCs will receive on-the-spot gifts from a rich bag of goodies that include pearl sets, 30-piece dinner sets, Bean Bags, Mixer Grinders, Travel Bags, Wall Clocks and Wrist Watches.

HCL PC buyers will also receive an HCL passport, a discount booklet and an additional 50% discount offer on extended warranty on their PC.

And the offer doesn’t end here because customers who purchase Intel Core2Duo powered HCL PCs are eligible to take part in a jackpot via SMS, which gives them the chance to win exciting gifts such as air conditioners, color TVs, or even the Bumper prize of Mahindra Renault Logan Car.

Annoucing the HCL Festival carnival, Rajendra Kumar, Executive Vice President, HCL Infosystems said, “Buying a PC is an important occasion for Indian consumers and what better time to buy their dream PC than the oncoming festival season. We at HCL Infosystems are ready to further add to consumer excitement by offering assured gifts on purchase of HCL’s world-class Leaptops and desktop PCs. Further, the opportunity to win a jackpot will ensure that this will truly be a bumper Diwali for customers buying HCL PCs, powered by Intel processors.”

The ‘HCL Festival Carnival’ which is being jointly organized by HCL and Intel is running at over 2000 authorized HCL dealers in over 500 towns across India with the exception of Tamil Nadu.