The Inquirer (Monrovia)

17 June 2014

Liberia: Novafone Gives Back to Subscribers-Announces Additional Two Winners of L$ 1 Million Promo

This weekend was a life changing weekend for two lucky subscribers of NOVAFONE as they emerged the final winners of the company's One Million Dollar Campaign.

The final draw was held in Steven Tolbert Estate, outside Monrovia, in the presence of several residents of the community who flood the draw scene to witness the occasion.

Daniel Able of ELWA Community and Mohammed of Old Road joined first winner Edwin Kromah to share One Million Liberian Dollars (L$1,000,000.00).

Just like Edwin Kromah, the two new winners will walk away with over L$330,000.00 each.

The NOVAFONE One Million Dollar Campaign was launched to create opportunities for Liberians to transform their lives through a raffle draw using their NOVAFONE cell numbers. NOVAFONE subscribers automatically qualify for the draw once they activate NOVAFONE's 347 or $10 data package. The campaign gives three lucky winners One Million Liberian Dollars (L$1,000,000.00).

Besides giving out such fabulous cash prizes, subscriber Suleman Bah also won a brand new motorbike as part of NOVAFONE's ongoing World Cup promotion while Catharine Anderson of 16th Street, Sinkor won a set of jersey and football accessories. Edwin Freeman of Zwedru, Grand Gedeh County, also emerged as lucky winner of a set of jersey and football accessories.

Still in its giveaway spree, NOVAFONE also gave out free mobile phones to the youth football and kickball teams of Steven Tolbert Estate.

Both the football and kickball teams emerged victorious over the NOVAFONE's football and kickball teams in a sporting encounter just before the draw.

Serving as proxy for the community chairman, Mr. George Mar Jarboe, Jr. thanked NOVAFONE for identifying with the community and commended the GSM Company for being the first to identify with the Steven Tolbert Estate.

He praised the company for being sensitive to the plights and communication needs of the Liberian people by providing the most affordable products and services.

Mr. Jarboe: "This Company has proven to us that they are here to serve the ordinary Liberian people. This is the first time for a GSM Company to identify with our community. See what they have done for the youth of our community today. This is what any well-meaning Company would do."

Also speaking to the press, the Marketing Director of NOVAFONE, Ms. Laura Osima, said the Company decided to give out all those fantastic prizes as a means of appreciating its loyal subscribers.

She said NOVAFONE was not only concerned about maximizing profit, but also has the welfare of all Liberians as a matter of priority. He said that was why NOVAFONE, since its inception into the Liberian telecommunication industry has offered the most affordable call and data tariffs to enable all Liberians, irrespective of their status in society, to afford quality voice service and fast internet.

Ms. Osima: "Our services will be of no essence if the people cannot afford, and also looking at the importance of communication we decided to make NOVAFONE the company the people can rely on. Our concern is not only about making profits, but also to empower Liberians."

She promised NOVAFONE subscribers that the company will continue to provide quality and affordable products and services.

Ms. Osima presented the trophy to Steven Tolbert Estate Girls kickball team while Sales Director, Mr. Rajan George presented the male team with a giant size trophy.

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