A total of 19,365 customers have been rewarded with prizes worth UGX 500M in the just concluded Shell 10 weeks of cheer campaign, a national promotion by Vivo Energy Uganda, the company that distributes and markets Shell branded fuels and lubricants in Uganda.
The campaign was announced in December to reward customers during the festive seasonand infuse extra cheer throughout the holidays and the beginning of the year.
It had a presence across a total of 105 Shell stations countrywide to ensure convenience for customers across the country.
Traversing all regions of Uganda and reaching a total of 24 towns to spread cheer, the campaign held exciting engagements reaching 60,000 customers, 9,000 of whom could not hold back their joy at going home with branded merchandise, fuel vouchers and home grocery packs.
Speaking at a final prize redemption at Shell Bugolobi, Mark Mutungi, the Fuels Brand Manager at Vivo Energy Uganda thanked customers for participating in the campaign.
Since December, customers who spent UGX50,000 at a participating Shell station were handed draw coupons requiring them to enter the competition by sending a unique code and their license registration number to 8008 by SMS.
“I have consistently been a Shell customer for 10 years and counting. I am glad that my loyalty to Shell has yielded rewards for me. I was happy to be among the lucky winners of the recently concluded promotion,” Umar Mustafa Badola one of the winners said.
In addition to the instant rewards, 10 weekly draws were also held across the country that saw customers win jackpot prizes of fuel worth UGX500,000 and UGX50,000 for motorists and riders respectively.
“I could not believe my luck when I was given fuel worth 500,000 after spending only 50k! I have been smiling all the way to the pump, without needing to worry about budgeting for fuel,” said Veronica Ndagireone of the jackpot winners.
“We would like to thank all our customers who continue to choose Shell. Our customers are at the heart of our business and we look forward to even more opportunities to interact and engage with them as we make life’s journeys better,” Mutungi concluded.