‘Spend, guess and win’ finalists announced

2016-08-24 06:00
Photo: TANIA SANDBERGGalleria Mall general manager, Kurt Hoggan about to announce the lucky winner.

Photo: TANIA SANDBERGGalleria Mall general manager, Kurt Hoggan about to announce the lucky winner.

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GALLERIA Mall will announce the winner of their Spend, Guess and Win a Car competition during a draw at the mall at 10am on Saturday, 27 August.

Shoppers had to spend R200 and guess the correct number of balls in the Mahindra KUV100 exhibited in the mall, to stand a chance of winning.

“The competition is an opportunity for us to make a real difference in someone’s life and thank the community for all the support they give us. With high living costs, a new car is always on the back burner,” said Galleria Mall general manager, Kurt Hoggan.

Hoggan said about 15 000 entries were received, but no entrants guessed the correct number of balls, so they drew the 10 closest entries to the total balls, which was 2 816.

The 10 lucky finalists are Johann Potgieter (Amanzimtoti), Sam Mzobe (Amanzimtoti), Poovern Naicker (Lotus Park), Neelan Govender (Chatsworth), Muziwenkozi Maphumulo (Westmount), Anjuna Krishuncoomar (Isipingo Beach), Lizette Meyer (Mossel Bay), Prinessa Reddy (Shallcross), Gladness Ndlovu (Adams Mission) and Nokwazi Thwala (Illovo B).

The lucky draw will be facilitated by East Coast Radio’s Damon Beard, and Megazone Radio will do a live broadcast from the mall for the duration of the draw. Mahindra Amanzimtoti will be present for the handover.

“The finalists will compete in an elimination called ‘Red-u-dead”. They will each draw a CD and if your CD has a red dot, you are out. This will be done in five rounds, with three people eliminated in the first round, two in the second round, two in the third round, one in the fourth round, leaving the winner,” Hoggan explained.

Believing in making a difference, Galleria Mall will do more promotions during the festive season - watch their Facebook page and in-centre advertising for further details.

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