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New Sony showroom in Majestic City

Customers and patrons of the Majestic City Shopping Complex were treated to a new experience with the opening of the new Sony Showroom — by Siedles, its authorized distributor in Sri Lanka.

Ceylontoday, 2012-11-23 16:39:00
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New Sony showroom in Majestic City

Pix by Tharaka Basnayaka  

Customers and patrons of the Majestic City Shopping Complex were treated to a new experience with the opening of the new Sony Showroom — by Siedles, its authorized distributor in Sri Lanka.

Sony — long established as the leading brand in audio and video technology enjoys an enviable reputation among Sri Lanka audio and video fans and has been marketing a range of modern audio and video products.

The new Sony showroom located on the third floor of the shopping complex was recently declared open by representatives of Sony Electronics (Pte) Ltd Singapore and Directors of Siedles (Pvt) Ltd.





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