Officer William S. Tyler of the Liberia National Police assigned at the Palala police deport in Bong County has won for himself the final brand new fully loaded Chevrolet Aveo vehicle in a special 2011 raffle draw being held by Lonestar Cell Company.
The last weekend’s draw is said to be the final draw in the raffle draws that lasted for several months. The draws saw customers walking away with cars, motorbikes, rice, DVD stereo players amongst other valuable prices. In total Lonestar Cell gave away five cars during the period.
The Lonestar Cell family, has however, launched for its subscribers a new raffle draw that will take winners to Ghana or Nigeria on the expense of the company. Lone Star’s senior marketing officer, Abraham Daramie said US$500 will be given to each winner for their shopping on the trip and Hotel reservation will be the responsibility of the company.
He said Lonestar Cell has awarded a little over US$500,000 in various prizes to customers during past competitions. The weekend program was held at the entity’s Broad Street office where the various draws were conducted and winners contacted live through their mobile phones to pick up their prizes.
Over 25 prizes were given out including tiger generators, bags of rice, DVD Televisions, stereo tape and air time US$50.00 cards.
Officer William, the winner of the last US$16,500 Chevrolet Aveo vehicle was unable to reach the Lonestar Cell Broad Street venue of the draw due to his location. He is currently resident in Palala, Salala District Bong County. Management has arrangement a special date to enable him pick up his prize.
At the same time, another subscriber of Lonestar Cell, a mechanic and operation manager of the Charfan Garage, Mr. Lasana Shaibani was the proud winner of the new TVS Sports Star motorcycle in the same draw. Both men expressed joy and confident in the transparency associated with the conduct of such an auspicious give-away exercise.
This brings to five the number of vehicles that have been given away by Liberia most recommended GSM network to its numerous subscribers across the country.
It can be recalled, that scratch card dealer; Gasimu Kamara won the first car in this series, followed by Madam Elizabeth Karnean; a petty trader and Humphrey Massaquoi of United Bank for Africa (UBA) as well as Amos Sonyah, an employee of the United Nations High Commission.
In a brief chat with Journalists shortly after the raffle draw, Lonestar Cell Marketing Officer Lorenzo Harmon expressed satisfaction over the manner in which Liberians have welcomed the draw.