Customers to win thousands of US dollars in prizes
A few weeks after it completed its last giveaway campaign, “Christmas Starts In October,” the management of Orange Liberia has announced the launch of another major campaign.
The new campaign was unveiled on Wednesday during a special press conference, led by Orange Liberia media relations manager, Noosevett Weah.
Weah said the new campaign, “This Is My Time” or “Da Ma Tan,” is launched in partnership with Harbel Supermarkets and Data Link.
She said hundreds of Liberians from across the country are expected to win prizes ranging from 24 pressure cookers, 24 air conditioners, 12 pressing irons, 90 daily cash prizes of US$300, 90 daily US$50 Harbel Supermarkets vouchers, 12 refrigerators, 24 flat screen televisions, 6 generators, 12 motorbikes, 6 keh-kehs, and 3 new Renault Duster vehicles.
Weah declared the promotion officially launched and admonished customers to start texting to stand a chance of being one of the lucky winners.
“If you were not one of the ‘Christmas in October’ winners, this is your time to win a prize from Orange. Sign up and begin participating for your chance to win,” she said.
“This Is My Time” is an SMS based quiz game that is being implemented in partnership with Orange and Data Link/Harbel Supermarkets in a bid to bring joy to hundreds of Liberians across the country.
The media relations manager said to enter the promotion, Orange customers should simply text their first name to 334 to enter.
Manager Weah said after texting his/her first name to 334, the customer would start to receive text message questions, and each correctly answered question would take them one step closer to being eligible for entering the draw to win a prize.
“The questions are very, very simple. When the customer answers a question correctly, he or she gets 20 points; and when the answer is wrong, he or she gets 10 points. The customers who get the most points daily, weekly and monthly draws to win.”
She said each text message costs only ten U.S. cents or ten Liberia dollars.
“Imagine that for just a few cents, customers will be walking away with prizes that are worth thousands of dollars. Only Orange is able to give this much back to its customers,” she boasted.
The chief sales and distribution officer of Orange Liberia, Isaac Muthama, said winners will come from across the country. “We want our subscribers to know that no matter where they are in Liberia, we will make sure they get their prizes. If they win the cash prize, we will send it immediately by Orange Money. If they win any of the other prizes, we will ensure that they get it rapidly,” said Muthama.
He said Orange, Harbel Supermarkets, and Data Link would give away US$300 to a new winner every day for three months, as well as a brand new Renault Duster and two keh-keh bikes every month for three months.
“It is a pleasure to be a part of this journey as Orange puts smiles on the faces and joy in the hearts of so many Liberians,” he noted.
Also speaking at the press conference, a representative of Data Link/Harbel Supermarkets, Allison Morgan, expressed her company’s excitement about the partnership with Orange and the “Da Ma Tan” promotion.
“I invite Liberians from all walks of life to be a part of this very attractive campaign and start texting to win now,” she said.