Zambeef launches ‘win a bull’ competition

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The nation’s leading beef and food producer, Zambeef Products, is offering shoppers the chance to win a live bull in its latest in-store promotion.

Ten lucky customers will each walk away with a magnificent prize bull in the ‘The ‘Win a Bull’ raffle , while a further 20 participants will receive K2000 Zambeef vouchers.

“Our customers are at the heart of the business and their support is phenomenal. What better way to say thanks for all their support and our continuing success, than to give them something that’s a great part of our identity – cattle – or in this case, a bull,” said Zambeef Chief Executive Officer Francis Grogan.

The winning bulls can be redeemable for cash at the market price on the draw-day, and are currently in Zambeef’s high quality care.

The raffle is open to customers across the country where Zambeef butcheries are located. To enter, customers must spent at least K50 on Zambeef dairy, pork poultry or beef products. Other products, such as stockfeed, chicks, shoes and other non-butchery items will not be included in the promotion.

Entrants must then fill in an entry slip, attach their receipt and drop it in the entry box at participating outlets. Each Zambeef receipt is equal to one entry, so customers can enter as many times as they wish.
The competition runs from September to 15 o December 19, 2018 with the prize presentation date to be announced.

“It really is exciting and we wish all our customers all the best in the competition,” said Grogan. “Zambeef’s organic growth has been bolstered this year by expansion. The company has increased its retail footprint to serve customers better, while raising the bar in terms of quality, affordable and easily accessible products through its Macro store rollout programme.”

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