Lonestar Communication has formally turned over the brand new Aveo Chevrolet valued over US$15,000 to Police Patrolman, Samukai J. Barquelleh, who recently won the company’s grand raffle prize. Patrolman Barquelleh was announced proud winner of car after he recharged his Lonestar account up to US$10 prior to the draw.
He was serving duty at the American Embassy in Mamba Point when the news hit him via mobile phone from one of the company’s agents that he has won the Aveo Chevrolet.
Initially, Barquelleh refused to identify himself on the phone, but after heated exchanges, he was eventually convinced and subsequently preceded to the Lonestar Cell sales office on Broad Street to pick up his car.
The company also put smiles on the faces of some of its many customers over the weekend through the raffle when other winners walked away with several prizes ranging from a Baja Motor Bike, tiger generator, Lion Head Stereo tape, 21’ colour television, mobile phones and free air times, amongst others.
“For a man like me, a common policeman, who never had any idea of this whole thing to win such a big car that my salary cannot even buy is unbelievable. I am proud and I know my family will also be happy with such an after 26 gift from Lonestar Cell. I encourage all of my friends to recharge at least a dollar all the time to stand a chance [of winning].”
Three other subscribers won round trip first class tickets respectively to Ghana. While in Ghana, the company has promised to log them in a Five-Star Hotel plus free feeding and US$500.00 cash.
One of the winners in this category Veronica Ballah, a resident of the Matadi Community in Sinkor, Monrovia expressed serious interest in the trip and thanked the Lonestar management for initiating the raffle draw, which continues to put smiles on the faces of subscribers. For his part, James Yargbarzoh, also on the trip to Ghana and an employee of the Buchanan Renewable Energy or BRE said he cannot wait to see himself off to Ghana.
Meanwhile, the Acting Marketing Manager of LoneStar Communication Corporation Ibrahim Darime, said the company is delighted to share with subscribers profits accrued in the market, vowing to conduct more raffle draws for its many subscribers.