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GOtv Ghana to reward subscribers

GOtv Ghana Limited, at the weekend held its third draw of the raffle campaign dubbed:  “GOtv GYE WO DIE3 PROMO”, in Accra to reward its existing and new subscribers.

Among the 70 winners were Edward Batson, Samuel Sniff, Charles Tetteh, E. S. Quartty, Abukari Issah, Abdul Karimu and George Kumaka.

They won various items including a 32- inch Hisense led TV, phones ,electric iron, goody bags, home theatre, walker 7, sandwich toaster, alarm panels and a weekend voucher for couples.

Mr Kingsley Winfred Afful, Business Manager of GOtv Ghana Limited in an interview noted that the campaign was launched on November 21, 2014 to reward subscribers and as well commemorate its second anniversary.

He explained that the process of the promotion requires a new customer to purchase a decoder, pay two months subscription of GH¢28.00 and GH¢34.00, each month, and then text the IUC number to 0262611127, in order to enter the draw.

However, existing subscribers would only have to pay three months subscription and text the IUC number.

Mr Afful said the company and its partners would hold two additional draws on February 6 and February, 20, but the grand draw would be held before the grand finale, which has a brand new saloon car as the ultimate prize.

The Business Manager congratulated the winners, and urged the public to purchase the GOtv decoders to enable them partake in the promotion, and also enjoy the forthcoming AFCON tournament.

Mr Ekow Inkoom, Head of Business and Promotions, National Lotteries Authority (NLA), said the Authority is the only government institution mandated to regulate and supervise such draws, to ensure that the right procedures in selecting winners are used.

He said proceeds from the promotion would go a long way to help facilitate development in the area of education, culture and health, among others.

Ms Rose Ofori Djan, Sales Manager, Hisense said the company being dealers in electronics with television sets as one of their key products, and knowing the content GOtv provides as an entertainment company; there was a need to associate with the raffle campaign.

She said the company had successfully worked with GOtv Limited and “we are still partnering with them again on this GYE WO DIE3 PROMO, since is linked to the products we are selling as well,” she added.

The nationwide promotion is in collaboration with NLA on the Caritas Lottery Platform, with Hisense, Airtel Money, BUKA Restaurant and Master Alarms, as its sponsors.

Credit: GNA


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