Esther Lie (second left), Laik Heng Juan (third left), Patrick Kong (fourth from left) and Kelvin Liew (third from right) jointly cut the ribbon to mark the opening of Naim’s Festa Moon.
MIRI: Naim Group of Companies’ launched its three-day Mid-Autumn Festival celebration at Naim Pusat Bandar, Bandar Baru Permyjaya here on Thursday evening.
Themed ‘Festa Moon’, the event kicked off with a 24-season drum performances by students from SJKC Chung Hua Krokop followed by a welcoming speech by Naim’s Regional general manager for Miri Patrick Kong.
In his speech Kong thanked guests for joining the celebration while they find out more about Naim SouthLake Permyjaya and Naim Pusat Bandar.
“Naim SouthLake Permyjaya offers a range of landed residential properties within a beautifully landscaped environment, with a 30-acre lake and clubhouse for recreation,” he said.
Naim Pusat Bandar’s strategic location within the Bandar Baru Permyjaya township offers investors and entrepreneurs access to more than one-third of Miri’s population within the township.
Kong urged all to take advantage of Naim’s exciting ‘Rewards Campaign’. House buyers stand a chance to win up to RM500,000 with the grand prize of a house.
Those interested are invited to contact 085-491889 (Kelvin or Dorothy), log-on to www.facebook.com/permymallmiri or www.facebook.com/naimproperties, or visit Naim Realty Office at Permy Mall, Naim Bandar Baru Permyjaya Miri for more information.
For those interested in Naim Miri’s developments, may call 085-491000/013-8337873 (Esther), visit Naim Sales Gallery at Permy Mall Miri or log on to naimproperties.com.my and www.facebook.com/naimproperties for more information.
The sales gallery is open from 9am to 6pm (Mon-Sat) and 10am to 5pm (Sundays and public holidays). Show houses are available for viewing on site from 10am to 5pm.
Also present at the function were Naim Miri sales and marketing manager Esther Lie, head of group property management and investment Laik Heng Juan and Kelvin Liew who is the Permy Mall complex manager.
The Mid-Autumn Festival offers visitors snacks and local delicacies at the food bazaar with some game stalls.
Some highlights during the three-day event include a statewide Chinese Wushu competition, Miri’s first Zumba colour splash, Mooncake competition and Chinese dance performances. Guests will also be serenaded by Vivian Liong, a popular local artiste in beautifully lantern-lit ambience from 4 to 10-pm.