Naim roadshow goes to Sibu

KUCHING: Naim Land Sdn Bhd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Naim Holdings Bhd, is organising a roadshow to Sibu to showcase its developments in Kuching, Miri and Bintulu.

The roadshow will be held from February 7 to 9 2014, from 9am to 6pm daily at RH Hotel, Sibu.

Its senior general manager for Sales and Marketing, Alice Ting said the roadshow is an excellent opportunity for those interested to find out more about Naim’s developments in these key growth areas.

“During the roadshow, guests can find out more about our recently launched upmarket brand, the Naim Signature Collection, which features a range of residential and commercial properties with benefits of integrated development, branded finishes, multi-tiered security and other special features.

“We will be showcasing the first product under the Collection, called the Sapphire On The Park condo development, which is part of the Kuching Paragon integrated development situated at Jalan Batu Lintang, Kuching.”

For Bintulu, Ting invites all to be a part of Naim’s iconic Bintulu Paragon integrated development with limited prime Street Mall units for sale and lease. This includes Small Office Versatile Office (SOVO) units for sale.

“For Miri, we will be featuring our new product, the Bahagia Residences 4-storey apartments in Bandar Baru Permyjaya,” she added. “With their strategic location and affordable prices, they provide a good investment proposition to all.

“In addition, with their range of built-ups and 24-hour security, Bahagia Residences are suitable for singles, couples and families, allowing them to reside with peace of mind.”

Guests will also able to view its Phase 5 Pusat Bandar Shophouses, located within the prime area of Bandar Baru Permyjaya as well, said Ting.

She also urged all to take advantage of the Ang Pow promotions which are available for a limited time only.

“Exciting early bird offers and other benefits are in store for all.”

For more information, please call 082–422001 (Kuching), 085-491000 (Miri) or 086–339666 (Bintulu).

SOURCE: Borneo Post Online (5 February 2014)