PPC gives away dream home renovations
PPC Botswana has given two lucky customers an opportunity to fulfil their housing dreams with a home renovation. Marking the end of the ‘In Your Area’ (IYA) nationwide campaign which ran in November and December 2017, PPC Botswana gave away two home renovations valued at P100, 000.00 each.
Julius Mookodi Kgabuki from Mogoditshane and Sinah Gasewagae from Kanye were the two lucky winners out of just over 3000 entries, and will each get an opportunity to renovate their dwellings to the tune of P100 000.00.
Speaking in Kanye, an ecstatic Gasewagae said this is truly a dream come true as she will be completing her housing project with the winnings. The two winners had each purchased 15 bags of PPC Botcem cement from Builders Warehouse Mogoditshane and Gulmohur Kanye.
PPC Botswana General Manager, Tuelo Botlhole said the competition was part of the company’s long-term strategy to engage with their customers. Botlhole stated that, “the IYA campaign has been a great success. We have managed to traverse the country meeting some of our very loyal customers and gained new ones along the way. It has given us an opportunity to get feedback on the quality of our product and how best to improve service.”
Botlhole said the renovation prizes were intended to help lucky customers get a step closer to their dream. “We all have a goal of owning our dream home and through this campaign, our aim was to give two people that special opportunity to actually renovate or improve their current dwellings.”
The PPC IYA campaign saw many customers win spot prizes such as stoves, TVs and other home appliances. The campaign also gave away holiday packages to amazing destinations such as Kasane and Cape Town. Botlhole said the company is committed to further customer engagements.
“After 22 years, we remain Botswana’s number one cement maker and provider, we have and continue to play our role in helping build this country, it is for this reason that we continue to help our customers attain their building dreams in 2018 and beyond,” Botlhole concluded.