Brizee’s Wheel-A-Deal Jackpot winners face-off

Mr. Henry Fagan (left), $1,000 jackpot face-off winner and Marie-line Philbert, Sales & Marketing Manager of O. D. Brisbane & Sons.

For the first time, as part of Brizee’s annual Wheel-A-Deal promotion which ended on December 24, 2010, Brizee’s Mart held a Wheel Face Off for all the Jackpot winners.

On January 14,  11 of the Wheel’s jackpot winners, who had won a total of $5,900 during the promotion, got an opportunity to spin the Brizee’s Wheel once more for a chance to win the  grand prize of the Face Off of $ 1,000 Brizee’s Dollars. The wheel promotion is held yearly from October to December.

The promotion was designed wherein for every $100 spent on retail purchases in Brizee’s Mart by customer advantage card holders, the customers receive one Brizee’s Dollar, when they collect five Brizee’s Dollars, the customers get a chance to spin the wheel.  Seventeen Lucky winners won the jack pot in the 2010 Brizee’s Wheel Promotion including the eleven who participated in the spin off.

Mr. Henry Fagan of Checkhall emerged the winner of the face-off.  During the Wheel promotion of 2010 Mr. Fagan won a jackpot of $200 and in the January 14, 2011 Face-Off topped up his winnings with the grand prize of $ 1,000.

Four of the five mothers and their babies.

Frequent shoppers are encouraged to look out for the Brizee’s Wheel-A-Deal promotion in 2011 for opportunities to win lots of prizes.

Also on January 14, the first five moms of 2011 received a basket of Diquez Products valued at approximately $400 for their babies compliments O.D. Brisbane & Sons.

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