‘Mr. Robbialac’ promo to offer free paint this New Year

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Lankem Paints Ltd, manufacturers, marketers and owners of the international flagship brand Robbialac, treats its customers islandwide with a novel pre-Sinhala and Tamil New Year promotion.
Commencing on Saturday, March 14 and operative until Tuesday, March 31, an unidentified mystery visitor called ‘Mr. Robbialac’ will be present at various times, on various days and at different outlets islandwide. He will be silently observing all those customers who ask to purchase a Lankem Robbialac product. 
If Mr. Robbialac appears while one is in the process of purchasing a Lankem Robbialac Emulsion or Weathercoat four litre product, the lucky customer will automatically win a four litre bucket of Robbialac paint as a gift for the festive season.
Lankem Ceylon PLC Director Ruwan T. Weerasinghe said, “Colour washing or repainting homes has long been part of the New Year customs and traditions. We all know that April and December are the peak months for domestic purchases of paints. As a pioneer in the industry and one of the most sought-after brands of paint, we, at Lankem Robbialac, thus wish to give back to our customers this festive season. 
This is our own way of thanking them for their support and patronage over more than 30 years. Lankem Robbialac is an entirely home-grown product with a three decade heritage of trust, excellence and reliability. Our customers are now into the second generation and this goes to prove the continuing faith the Sri Lankan consumer has in us.”
A pioneer in Sri Lanka’s paints industry, Lankem is today Sri Lanka’s largest 100 percent local coatings manufacturer and marketer. Lankem’s rich portfolio includes emulsion, enamel, weather coat, special effects paints, primers, ancillaries, wall preparation, floor coats, anti-corrosive, adhesives, wood care and auto coat, which cater to all needs of the Sri Lankan paints consumer.

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