Dangote Cement to reward customers with N1bn in ‘Goodies Season Three’ promo

Dangote Cement has launched its Goodies Season Three promo, tagged ‘Spell Dangote and become a multi-millionaire’. The promo is expected to offer life-changing prizes to the loyal consumers.

The promo runs from July 5 to October 31, has over 32.3 million prizes, including television sets, refrigerators, rechargeable fans, 2KVA generators, and airtime of major networks.

Speaking at the launch, Group Managing Director, Dangote Cement Plc, Michel Puchercos stated that the Bag of Goodies Promo series was designed to reward consumers.

He said these consumers have contributed to make the Dangote Cement the first choice for construction across the country.

 “We are offering life-changing prizes, which have immense economic value as they can be used to kick-start small scale businesses. These prizes are targeted to help many families recover from the impact of the COVID-19 global pandemic, which adversely affected their sources of livelihood.”

Source: Dangote Cement to reward customers with N1bn in ‘Goodies Season Three’ promo – StocksWatch (stocksng.com)

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