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Lafarge strengthens relationships, excites customers with rewards

Lafarge strengthens relationships, excites customers with rewards

Lafarge Africa, one of Nigeria’s leading building solutions companies and a member of Holcim Limited says it is strengthening its customer relationship with ongoing promotional sales.

The company, in a statement in Lagos on Tuesday, said the goal of the present drive is to delight and reward their customers who buy their quality products for their loyalty and patronage over the period and to validate their commitment to helping them build progress together.

The sales promo with the theme, ‘Buy and Win’, is expected to excite participating customers with prizes such as generator sets, microwave ovens, water dispensers, television sets, smartphones, blenders, industrial fans, DSTV/GOTV decoders, bags of rice, recharge cards and much more as prizes.

“The promo is another way to reward our consumers across the country for their contributions and commitment while encouraging more people to try our various products.

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We at Lafarge Africa are confident that the consumers will continue to find our offerings as the best choice in building their dream structures and that will encourage them to become regular customers,” Gbenga Onimowo, the company’s commercial director, said.

Onimowo was optimistic that the promo would generate excitement among consumers across the country, noting that with the promo the company was set to further connect with customers by encouraging them to participate and win big.

“Lafarge Africa will keep engaging its customers with more seasonal promotional activities as a way of strengthening its relationship and appreciation for their unwavering patronage,” he assured.

Lafarge Africa has the widest footprint in Nigeria with cement operations in the South West (Ewekoro and Sagamu in Ogun State), North East (Ashaka, in Gombe State), South East (Mfamosing, Cross Rivers State) with Ready-Mix operations in Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt.

The company has a current installed cement production capacity of 10.5 metric tonnes per annum (Mtpa).