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Botswana: Vivo Energy Back With “Win a Salary’’ Promotion

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The company that commercialize Shell products, Vivo Energy Botswana, is back once again with the “Win a Salary’’ campaign for the third successive year.

This campaign which has already given away a total of P840, 000 in the last two years, has proven to be a life-changing catalyst for valued customers. This year, the total prize money to be shared between five lucky customers is over P420, 000.

To enter the draw, participants only need to fuel up with Shell FuelSave for P200 or more.

This year’s innovation includes the introduction of a weekly TV show, when each week, five customers will be drawn to go head-to-head during this TV Show, to stand a chance of being amongst 12 finalists.

Five customers in the end, will be entitled to P7,000 monthly salary for a year. In this campaign, there will be no losers, since the other seven finalists will each get, P1,000 worth of fuel vouchers. The Shell FuelSave product technology has inspired the ‘Win a Salary’ campaign.

Vivo Energy Botswana Marketing Manager, Mpho Motlhabane stated that all the positive feedback they received from their customers is evidence that they are making a significant impact through their offers to the market. Vivo Energy Botswana is dedicated to support people in the communities where it operates through its marketing and community investment programs.

“Our objective at Vivo Energy Botswana is to bring the Shell brand closer to the people of Botswana and provide high quality fuels, lubricants, shops, and other convenience retail facilities like Quick Service Restaurants. Our marketing activities are aimed at rewarding and recognising our loyal customers. We appreciate all of our customers who use the Shell products. We want to let them know that they remain the focus of our business. And to all the motorists in Botswana, we will continue to offer high quality fuels to meet your various motoring needs,” said Motlhabane. PWKD18092019

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