Dec 31, 2017 News
Promise Firi of 204 D’Andrade Street, Newtown, was named the first prize winner when Austin’s Book Services and School Supplies held the drawing of its back-to-school promotion yesterday. Firi was the winner of one Lenovo laptop.
The event, which was held at the store’s Church Street, Georgetown location, saw a number of other winners being named. The prizes were drawn by customers present in the store to ensure that there was a transparent process of selection of the winners.
Second prize winner was Samantha Singh of 2 Lamaha Street, Queenstown, who was the winner of one Samsung Tablet. Joshua Bharat of 34 Timehri Public Road, East Bank Demerara was the third prize winner of one Samsung Mini-tablet.
Ten Consolation prizes of $25,000 each in vouchers redeemable at the store were won by: Alexander Hohenkirk, 14 Samaroo Dam Pouderoyen WBD; Dionne Willis, 158 Sunflower Circle South R/veldt Park; Charlene Shivnauth, 22 Providence EBD; Stephen Telford, 86 Prince William Street, Plaisance, ECD; Amanda Alli, 42 Houston Gardens; Gail McPhoy, 118 Vryheid’s Lust (South) Housing Scheme, ECD; Mark Ferreira, ‘L’ Soesdyke, EBD; Michelle Rambaran, 15 Robin’s Place, Bel Air Park; Karen Roberts, 1147 Crane Place South R/veldt Park and Angelina De Abreu, 47 John and Sherriff Streets.
The winners, armed with a valid form of identification, are advised that they can uplift their prizes at Austin’s Book Services and School Supplies from Wednesday January 3, 2018 anytime after 13:00hrs.
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