DStv pampers subscribers with holiday treat

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Go.tv Sales and Marketing Manager Ms Refiloe Mohlotsane

Limpho Sello

DIGITAL satellite TV service provider, DStv, is running a campaign in which subscribers of its premium channels bouquet stand to win an unforgettable holiday experience for two at South Africa’s world famous Vodacom Durban July.

Go.tv Sales and Marketing Manager, Refiloe Mohlotsane, this week told the Lesotho Times the competition was open to all DStv premium bouquet subscribers and subscribers who would upgrade to DStv Premium this week. The DStv Premium bouquet costs M789.

The campaign began on 18 May 2017 and will run until 28 May, after which the lucky winners would be announced after a draw.

She said eight winners would be chosen during the draw, with the lucky subscribers having the chance to bring along their partners for the Durban holiday.

“Therefore, 16 people will be going to the holiday weekend in SA. Selected media personnel will also tag along to the festival,” Ms Mohlotsane said.

“This campaign is our way of acknowledging the support of our customers and to give them an opportunity to have fun. We want them to know that they are important to us.”

Scheduled for 1 July 2017, the annual  Vodacom Durban July is regarded as Africa’s premier horseracing and social event. It is also a glamorous social get together and fashion spectacle.

She said attending the Vodacom Durban July was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity not afforded to most people, hence DStv’s decision to spoil its customers.

The winners of the competition, Ms Mohlotsane said, would only need to bring their luggage to the all-expenses-paid holiday.

“All the winners and their partners’ transport, accommodation and meals costs would catered for. We have estimated that we are likely going to spend over M15 000 per person.

“The winners will just need to bring glamourous attires for the event given its stature,” she said, adding that more DStv campaigns and competitions would soon follow.

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