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GLO launches let's go to Brazil promo

By:Fred Yaw Sarpong

Glo Mobile Ghana, a subsidiary of Globacom has announced that it is sponsoring a contingent of pre-paid customers on its network to watch and cheer Ghana to victory in Brazil.
A statement issued by the mobile network company stated that, all that the subscribers need to do to benefit from the scintillating offer is to recharge their lines and stand a chance to travel to Brazil in an all-expense-paid.

The gesture is described by the Management of Glo as a token of its appreciation to the network's subscribers for their loyalty and faith in the Glo brand.
A total of 25 Ghanaians, comprising 22 subscribers and three dealers will be sponsored in the all-expense-paid trip to Brazil.
The statement said this is the second time Glo is sponsoring persons associated with its network on trips abroad to fulfill their passion for soccer. Last year, the company sponsored a number of its trade dealers from Ghana, Nigeria and Benin Republic on a trip of a lifetime to Old Trafford, in Manchester, United Kingdom.
Launching the promo, Mr. Akeem Kazeem, Head of Business at Glo Mobile Ghana, said the company will sponsor 22 active subscribers to Brazil between June and July this year, thereby enabling the lucky subscribers to fulfill their passion of seeing and experiencing soccer at the highest level.
The promo, ‘Let’s Go to Brazil’ allow prepaid customers on Glo who cumulatively recharge their lines with a minimum of GHc 15 talk-time from now till the end of May, stand a good chance of being selected for the all-expense-paid trip to Brazil.
Additionally, in the event that a customer wins a place to go to Brazil but is unable to make the trip due to inability to obtain a passport or a visa for the trip or for any other technical reason, such a subscriber will still receive a flat take-home sum of GHc5,000.
The company has also lined up one thousand consolatory prizes for prepaid subscribers who may not be lucky enough to go to Brazil but who nonetheless, deserve to enjoy the fun of the ‘Let’s Go to Brazil’ promo'. 
The company said one thousand customers will win airtime worth GHc10 which will be credited to their main accounts.
The telecoms company further assured the sporting community of its commitment to the continued promotion and support for the development of the beautiful game throughout the continent of Africa.
Mr. Kazeem, encouraged all those who are not yet on the Glo network to hurry and switch to Glo as opportunities like the ‘Let’s Go to Brazil’ Promo' are rare. He said, “The ‘Let’s Go To Brazil’ promo' is another evidence of Glo’s love for football and our commitment to ensuring that the game in Ghana is injected with the requisite with and fun and excitement, especially when the world's best gather to trade tackles.  The ‘Let’s Go to Brazil’ promo is therefore a perfect recipe for the creative infusion of fun and excitement into the sport”.  The promo ends on May 31, 2014


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