Bounce News loyal consumers rewarded with all expense paid trips
In the electronic draws held in Lagos recently, Jacob Ovey and Kayode Oyeyemi emerged as the grand prizewinners of an all-expense paid trip to Dubai and London respectively.
To cap it all, each winner will also be allowed to go with one person each of his or her choice, all expenses paid by Bounce News.
The representatives of the National Lotteries Regulatory Commission, Consumer Protection Council (CPC) and the Lagos State Lotteries Board witnessed the draw.
Speaking on the loyalty promotions, Goodluck Ikporo, general manager, Bounce News, said the promo was their own way of thanking and appreciating the support of its consumers who have reposed trust in them within the short period of their existence.
He said with over 1.3 million downloads so far, the online news platform has undoubtedly become the foremost news app in Nigeria.
“We have lots of giveaway gifts for our users as a way of telling them that we love them and appreciate their support for a brand new online news platform that only just launched in Nigeria last year.
“Apart from the grand prizes of all expense paid trips for two persons to Dubai and London respectively, we are also rewarding other 1,200 lucky winners of the draws with various gifts from among the thousands of entries we received.
The gift items include, 100 brand new android smart phones, data bundles worth over 1000 each, over 100 movie tickets to watch any movie of their choice in any part of Nigeria and airtime recharge cards.”
Ikporo explained further that the two grand prize winners were selected through the draw from the pool of entries for the promo.
Commenting on the draws, Susie Onwuka, Head, Lagos Office of the Consumer Protection Council, while congratulating the winners, said the electronic draws have made promotions more transparent and believable among Nigerians, adding that no one was in doubt about the process leading to the emergence of the winners.
Also commenting was Joy Okuna, an assistant director from the National Lotteries Regulatory Commission. She said Nigerians are beginning to trust promotions since the emergence of the electronic draw system, noting that it is a vindication of the many years of advocacy of the commission for transparent and fair processes of determining winners of lottery promotions in Nigeria.
The news medium was launched in March 2017 and covers diverse news interests and sectors.
Since its launch, has won numerous awards including, the 24.com Award for Investigative Journalism for the exclusive story on migration from Benin to Europe as well as the AppsAfrica Award for Best News & Entertainment App in Africa.
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