MyPR: No one beat Anita for the Renault Kwid!:
The festive season shopping promotion was a fun filled experience and included cash prizes for shoppers during “money grabbing time”, selfie booths, matching games as well as a chance to win the ultimate prize of a brand new Renault Kwid valued at over R140 000.
Recently, Randridge Mall hosted an all day event, which included a market day, featuring an arts and crafts zone, live entertainment, kid’s activities, artisan food and a beer garden, as well as the prize vehicle draw, which was won by local police officer, Anita Human as well as R10 000 in shopping vouchers.
She was in tears when she heard that she had won a car! “To win R10 000 to shop as well as a car is just inconceivable. It will give me the chance to teach my daughter how to drive. This was actually perfect timing as she is about to do her learners license exam – and all I had to do was buy a pair of pants from Mojo’s!” she explained.
Lucille Budha, Portfolio Manager from Randridge Mall who was on hand to announce the big win added that the prize was well deserved. She said she was delighted for Human and her family.
“Congratulations Anita! We hope you and your daughter enjoy driving around in your new car as well as shopping at Randridge Mall on us!” she added.
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