Diana Alamisi, a resident of Kumasi, has won a fully expense-paid trip to watch the 2022 World Cup after participating in the “Storm Puma Awake” World Cup raffle promotion.
Alamisi becomes the first winner to bag a ticket to watch the World Cup in the first monthly draw held at the Breman Hall of the National Lottery Authority (NLA), Accra.
The raffle, held as part of a campaign to garner support for the Black Stars ahead of the 2022 World Cup, also witnessed other winners in the instant weekly promotion, who were presented with prizes including sound systems, refrigerators, flat-screen televisions, and microwaves.
Speaking at the raffle, Madam Linda Aidoo, Brands Manager at Kasapreko Company Limited, congratulated all winners of the World Cup raffle draw promo and urged others to continue trying their luck as they could emerge winners in subsequent raffles.
She stated that with the 2022 World Cup fast approaching, it was imperative to whip up enthusiasm among football fans with this customer loyalty promotion.
“On behalf of the management of Kasapreko, we appreciate every customer who has taken part in the promo. The major objective of the campaign is to rally support for the Black Stars as they participate in the World Cup.
“We have consistently led the beverage industry with our unique products such as Awake Purified Drinking Water and also rewarded our loyal customers who have also stuck by us,” she said.
MrSamuel Awuku, Director General of National Lottery Authority (NLA), in a speech read on his behalf by Madam Nancy Darko, said they were thrilled to be part of this life-changing opportunity for consumers of Storm, Awake, and Puma products.
“The Caritas Lottery platform enables well-meaning organisations and Ghanaians who wish to conduct lottery activities the opportunity to help the needy in society and also reward their loyal customers.
“With NLA being the regulator, we ensure that all promotions run by these corporate bodies on the Caritas Platform are transparent, authentic, and devoid of rigging or other malpractices that can mar the fairness and objectivity of the process,” he said.
The draw launched by Kasapreko Company Limited runs from now until the end of October 2022, with two more winners to be selected for the all-expenses-paid trip to the Qatar World Cup.
BY TIMES REPORTER