BUSINESS BYTE: First lucky cash prize winner in Digicel’s Festival Cash Grab

Digicel Sales & Marketing Manager hands over cash and prizes to (daughter) of winner Manuella Gregoire along with Digi ambassador and Pirates Rep

On Friday September 21, 2012 Digicel Dominica Limited after launching its spectacular ‘Festival Cash Grab’ promotion of $50,000 in cash and prizes on 14th September had its first draw on Friday 21st September at its Digicentre Store in Roseau.

To qualify in this promotion, customers have to top up $15 and over, pay up their post paid bill in full and on time and join the Digicel family buy purchasing a Digicel handset.

Three lucky winners were selected, Athlyne Gachette of Bath Estate, Anthony Cornelius of Carib Territory and Manuella Gregoire of Coulibistrie. The finalists were given the opportunity to select cards for their winnings. With much anticipation and crowd participation Manuella Gregoire emerged as the lucky Digicel cash prize winner in the first draw. Ms Gregoire had the opportunity to enter the Digicel vault to grab as much cash as possible or to open the Digicel treasure box. She was confident that the treasure box would give her the higher bid so she went for it, winning a whooping amount of $1000 cash along with prizes from our partners, Kubuli, Pirates and Fine Foods. The other two winners walked away with vouchers from Pirates, KFC, Pizza Hut, Kubuli six packs and handsets from Digicel.

At the event, the crowd and participants was entertained by the finalists in the Candence-Lypso competition like The Triumph, Lloydy and more.

Digicel’s Sales and Marketing Manager, Nathalie Walsh commented “Digicel’s Festival Cash Grab promotion since its launch has created much excitement into the market as so many customers will benefit to win cash and prizes. We encourage persons to top up, sign up and pay up their post pay bills in full and on time to qualify”.

 

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