7 January 2013

Liberia: Lonestar Cell MTN Gives Out Cash Prizes

The Management of LoneStar Cell MTN on December 28, 2012 dished out US$5,500 cash to eleven of its lucky subscribers, following the second draw of the company's "Recharge and Win" cash promotion.

The "Recharge and win" cash promotion is a draw that gives away US$500 cash prize to any "lucky" subscriber, who recharges his/her mobile phone with US$5 or more dollars at once.

This means that each of the eleven "lucky" winners walked away with US$500. The lucky subscribers were drawn from Thursday, December 20, 2012 to Wednesday, December 26, 2012.

Speaking during the draw, the Brand Manager of LoneStar Cell MTN, Mr. Garison Barh, said the initiative is the company's way of sharing with its subscribers across the country.

According to him, the subscribers are the real stakeholders to the company's achievements, so they too, must benefit. He lauded the subscribers for their support and patronage towards the success of LoneStar Cell MTN.

Meanwhile, the eleven lucky subscribers are: Mr. Victor Dahn of the Soul Clinic Community; Mr. J. Gaye Tarr Of Bardnersville; Mr. Lassanah Wonneh of 6th Street; Mr. Abraham Kollie of the Duport Road Community; Madam Tina Smith of Chicken Soup Factory Community and Mr. Mohammed Sherief of Brewerville.

Others are: Madam Rose Nagbe of the Gaye Town Community; Mr. Hawah M. Kollie of 24th Street; Mr. George Kayee of River Gee County; Rev. Richie Barku of Sayon Town and Mr. Philip Amiteye of Point Four, Bushrod Island, respectively.

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