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December Shopping Dash in Lagos

18 December 2014, 15:56

Lagos - The popular December Shopping Dash, the brainchild of a local mobile network operator, has returned to Lagos.

Through the initiative, Etisalat Business Customers can win prizes.

The maiden edition recently launched in Lagos recently followed by another in Abuja which officials said was a success.

Following that, the Etisalat December Shopping Dash train arrived in Port Harcourt earlier this week before rounding-off in Lagos on Thursday.

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Director: Business Segment, Etisalat Nigeria, Lucas Dada, said since inception, Etisalat had remained committed to providing its customers with
the best customer service in Nigeria.

"It is to this end that the December Shopping Dash was berthed. The ten selected customers have a maximum of three minutes to select any item within the store that they desire, courtesy of Etisalat. Whatever they can carry, they can keep. It is our simple, yet innovative way of giving back to our customers and showing them that we truly care."

Dada said Etisalat had a lot more surprises in store next year.

"We urge all our esteemed customers to remain loyal because we will continue to deliver the very best to them," he added.

The recent event held at the Shoprite, Apo, Abuja, was a special event dedicated to reward ten lucky customers for their loyalty and commitment
to the Etisalat Network.

- CAJ News


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