SUPER J IGA and Ti J’s have dished out $66,400 in prizes to winners of its Christmas 2015 promotions.
The promotion dubbed “Pass on the Christmas Spirit” saw 27 seven customers winning prizes ranging from 50,000 to 1 million loyalty points while charities and non-profit organizations selected by these customers walked away with varying amounts of cash.
The supermarket’s Christmas promotion was the climax to the company’s “Unity in Community” programme which saw staff of the company undertaking a range of community development projects in 2014 funded by CFL. The promotion was designed to allow customers to qualify to win a prize for themselves and one for a community cause by spending $100 or more at the supermarket or by participating in the company’s Facebook promotion.
Three of the 27 winners won grand prizes of one million loyalty points ($10,000) and EC $2500 for a selected charity. Addressing the winners at the prize giving ceremony Managing Director of Consolidated Foods Limited Martin Dorville said CFL wanted the spirit of giving and receiving to spread throughout the society..
Sister Antonia of the Holy Family Children’s Home at Ciceron expressed gratitude to the six winners who selected the Home as their non-profit organization in the promotion.
She praised Consolidated Foods Limited for raising the institution’s profile and providing invaluable support to the Home over the years.
The promotions continue this year with the Super J IGA Set Sail and Celebrate Valentine’s Promotion already underway. The company says customers can look forward to an exciting year of value added promotions.