Unilever splashes more prizes in Omo wash and fly:  Final draw May 16

Unilever Malawi on Tuesday held another draw of the Omo Wash and Fly to Brazil Promotion where 20 customers won various prizes.

During the draw, held at Unilever Malawi head offices in Limbe, assorted prizes ranging from a washing machine, Dstv sets, irons and 15 soccer jerseys and Unilever hampers went to winners drawn from across the country but this time around Zomba produced a winner for the first time since the promotion kicked-off.

The promotion, which started on April 1, is expected to run until May 16 and four lucky Unilever customers will win a four-day all expenses paid for trip to Brazil and a $1 000 (K450 000) shopping money.

Unilever Malawi employees ready to select the winners.....Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Unilever Malawi employees ready to select the winners…..Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Seated ready for the draw....Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

Seated ready for the draw….Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

Unilever Malawi marketing manager Wongani.....Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Unilever Malawi marketing manager Wongani Vinkhumbo…..Photo Jeromy Kadewere

A Star Radio Journalist selecting the winning customer.....Photo Jeromy Kadewere

A Star Radio Journalist selecting the winning customer…..Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Speaking after the draw, Unilever Malawi marketing manager Wongani Vinkhumbo said they are happy with the response of the promotion.

“Let me take this opportunity to encourage our customers to participate more this week because we have been left with the last draw where the winning ticket to Brazil will be won,” she said.

To enter the  promotion, customers are supposed to buy two packets of 500g or 1kg Omo washing powder, write their name, address and phone number behind the receipt and drop into Omo boxes at selected peoples Metro, Shoprite and Chipiku shops or the nearest Unilever key distributer points.

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