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Loya Milk promo: Final year student wins car

 A computer science final year student of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State, Abereoje Kabiru Sunday, has emerged winner of a brand new Hyundai i10AT car in the Loya Milk, ‘It’s What’s Inside That Matters’ promo, launched February this year.

Sunday, who was presented with the star prize at Promasidor’s office in Lagos, excitedly said: “I feel so excited and happy. I never imagined that I will win because I do not believe in things like this. But today I am so happy. I have been drinking Loya Milk, in the last four years, ever since I gained admission into school.

“I bought this particular milk where I found the winning coupon at Ikeja Shoprite. At first, I didn’t believe I had won. I thought it was a raffle draw, but the coupon had this number that you can either send an SMS to or call; so I called the number on the coupon and got a confirmation that I have won. I was very happy that, immediately I called all my friends in school that we now have a car to cruise with.”

In his welcome address, Keith Richards, managing director, Promasidor Nigeria, said “Promasidor is very grateful to have everyone here to witness the first presentation of the 12 brand new Hyundai i10AT cars to be won.

“It is with great pleasure that I formally welcome you all to this auspicious event – presentation of a brand new car to one of our lucky consumers. On February 1, 2013, we unveiled the Loya ‘It’s What’s Inside That Matters’ promo to our distinguished journalists and the general public. This for us in Promasidor, a unique way of rewarding our loyal consumers who have continued to support our Loya brand; which is today the fastest growing milk brand in the Nigeria dairy market space. “Today, the presentation of a brand new car to our lucky consumer is a simple demonstration of our unwavering commitment in Promasidor to keeping promises.

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