Yamaha Motor India group of companies today announced the launch of “Corona Warriors’ Camp” across select dealerships in India to support the COVID 19 warriors and salute their selfless determination in protecting and serving the society during this pandemic. The company has initiated this program which offers exclusive & attractive discounts and priority service for the Corona Warriors.
Yamaha’s “Corona Warriors’ Camp” will be organized from 08-Jun to 22-Jun, for a period of 15 days across selected dealerships in India. The Corona warriors will be offered with a free 14-point vehicle checking, vehicle sanitization and up to 10% discount on spare parts & labor charges. Yamaha takes this opportunity to invite all Corona Warriors to participate and avail these benefits from their nearest dealerships on the basis of appointment in order to adhere to the Social distancing guidelines.
Yamaha’s dealerships have recently resumed operations and are following every guideline of hygiene and sanitization along with other measures of safety to ensure complete protection to its customers.
Senior Management members from Yamaha Motor India Group (YMIG) and representatives from the company’s internal employees union today handed over a cheque of Rs. 25 lakhs to Mr. Thiru P Ponniah, District Collector & Magistrate, Kancheepuram, Tamilnadu to support the government in its efforts to control the spread of Covid-19 in the state. Present on the occasion were, Mr. Yukihiko Tada, Managing Director, Mr. Takahiro Henmi, Executive Vice-President (Human Resources), Mr. P S Ganeshan, Vice President (Human Resources) from Yamaha along with Mr. Velmurugan, Operational President from India Yamaha Motor Thozhilalar Sangam, the company’s internal employees union.
The Company had earlier announced on May 9th that its permanent employees which includes both the white collar and blue collar employees as well as some trainees based at the three plant locations (Kanchipuram, Surajpur, & Faridabad), Corporate Office in Chennai and Area Offices across India donated a total of Rs. 61.5 lakh to support the government in fighting this pandemic. Out of the total donation of Rs. 61.5 lakh, Rs. 25 lakh has been donated towards the Chief Minister’s Public Relief Fund (Government of Tamil Nadu) today while a cheque of Rs. 25 lakhs will be handed over to the District Collector, Gautam Buddh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh for donation towards the Chief Minister Distress Relief Fund (Government of Uttar Pradesh). The remaining Rs. 11.5 lakh has already been donated to the PM Cares Fund.