Coen Welsh | Nov 14, 2017 | 0
Loyalty pays – Drive away with Shell
The promotional campaign which showcases Shell Diesel Extra and runs until 28 February 2014, has still a number of prizes up for grabs which include iPads and iPhones. The lucky winners for these prizes will be drawn on 03 February.
To date a total of 15 quad bikes worth a total of N$330,000 have been given to loyal Shell customers countrywide since the launch of the campaign.
Vivo Energy Managing Director Johan Grobbelaar announced that the second draw will take place on the 3rd of February and more prizes like iPads and iPhones are up for grabs. With the final draw on 01 March, the winner drives away in a brand new Toyota Land Cruiser.
“We are passionate about giving motorists more value for their money and Shell Extra gives drivers the ability to drive more kilometres at no extra cost” said Grobbelaar, referring to the effect of their product on the market.
He continued “Shell Diesel Extra is one of the leading diesel products on the market. It is an extra-ordinary diesel fuel with a unique formulation designed to give engines extra protection at no extra cost. It also keeps engines clean and prevent clogging of and damage to injectors.
But that’s not all. During the Shell Diesel Extra refresher campaign there was a demonstration by Shell fuel technician, Nestor Mufenda on how Shell Diesel Extra is formulated with corrosion inhibitors that create a protective layer over vital engine parts and prevents rust thus keeping the engine clean.
Testimonials from one of the bike winners Job Kaulinge were part of the refresher campaign which also featured a business card draw which saw two lucky participants walk away with an iPhone 5C and an iPad mini as consolation prizes.
Grobbelaar concluded by thanking all Shell customers for their loyalty to the Shell Diesel Extra product and also conveyed a vote of thanks to the motorists who buy Shell fuel. Finally, he encouraged those that had not participated in the campaign to do so before the promotion ends.
One never knows, perhaps the owner of the Land Cruiser still has to make his purchase.