A Lagos- based couple has a won the first prize of an all-expense paid ‘trip for 2’ to Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Lagos based couple, Mr & Mrs Daniel Ude won the first prize at the raffle draw event which was held recently in Lagos.
Coolworld Electrical Retails Stores, a subsidiary of PZ Cussons, had organised the Coolworld Year-End Promo for its customers across its seven stores all over the country to reward and engage its customers as the year 2017 rolled to an end. The promo ran from the 1st of November till the 31st of December , 2017.
Coolworld Retail Stores’ customers participated from Lagos, Enugu, Ibadan, Abuja, Kano and Port-Harcourt by making purchases of products worth over N10,000 and above, which earned them tickets to participate in the raffle draw.
The draw event was observed by representatives of the National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC), the Consumer Protection Council (CPC), Lagos State Lottery Board (LSLB) and journalists from various media houses.
The second prize of a SMART 75 inches Haier Thermocool TV set worth over 1million and the third prize, an American styled-fully stocked refrigeratorwas won by Daniel Nzeka from Enugu and Olusegun Babayemi, respectively while three others won consolation prizes of microwave ovens.
In his opening remark, the Commercial Director of PZ/Coolworld Electrical Stores, Mr. Olugbenga Kolawole made it clear that Coolworld Stores would continue to reward its loyal customers with incentives and experiences that would keep them coming back for more.
He said, “Being the first Omni-channel retail outlet in Nigeria, we have over the years held our customers in high esteem and have always shown appreciation to them in, so many ways and we intend to continue to do so”.
Olugbenga further gave more insight into the company’s operations, “At Coolworld we offer premium quality home appliances and consumer electronic products. We stock a range of brands including Thermocool, Sony, Kenwood, Philips and many more. Our relationship with PZ Cussons company allows us to leverage.