Suzuki Pakistan announces finalists for #MySuzukiMyStory season 2

Suzuki Pakistan has announced 6 finalists for this season who will receive grand prizes in a ceremony in Lahore on September 17.
Updated 11 Sep, 2021 12:55pm

One of the leading names in the Pakistani automobile industry, Suzuki Pakistan has been serving the country for the past 40 years.

From being someone's first car to someone's heirloom, Suzuki cars have a special place in the hearts of their Pakistanis customers.

Celebrating the love received from the nation, Suzuki Pakistan has launched season 2 of its famous social media campaign #MySuzukiMyStory.

This unique campaign aims to remind people of the beautiful memories they share with the brand and Suzuki's true commitment to continuously serve its valued customers.

Through this #MySuzukiMyStory, people are reminiscing old and new memories they have made with their Suzuki cars.

The campaign is also celebrating and encouraging talented individuals to use their creativity and tell their stories.

Season 2 of #MySuzukiMyStory kicked off in 2019, and after nearly 2 years, the campaign is coming to a close.

The campaign received an overwhelming response with entries ranging from pictures, videos, music recordings and essays.

Suzuki Pakistan has announced 6 finalists for this season who will be receiving grand prizes at the closing ceremony which will take place in Lahore on September 17th 2021. This season's prizes include Alto 660cc, Gixxer, GS 150, GR 150, GD 110.

The automobile company has featured a few of the finalists on their Instagram including Rida Haider, Mr & Mrs Abdul Basit, Zohaib Tariq and Mr & Mrs Hyder Hothi.

Many social media influencers and celebrities, including Irfan Junejo, Abid Brohi and Ramish Safa, also joined the campaign and shared their own memories of adventure, friendships, memories and music that they associate with Suzuki Pakistan.

To stay updated on the winners and the ceremony follow Suzuki Pakistan's Facebook and Instagram.

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