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Bradlows gives back to community.

Ms Neo Seretetse of Kazungula has walked away with Hisense goods valued at P35 000 at Bradlows Furnishers in Kasane on Dec 15.

Ms Seretetse, who could not contain her excitement, thanked the Bradlows staff for their encouragement.

She said at first she was hesitant to buy the Hisense product, but that due to encouragement from the Bradlows staff she bought a Hisense television and refrigerator and joined the competition.

'I could not believe it when they contacted me, at first, I thought it was a scam, but I am very happy because this is my first win,' she said.

She advised other customers to take heed of Bradlows' calls and join the competition because they could be the next winners.

The products she won included a water dispenser refrigerator, a 55 inch smart TV and a 38kg top loader washing machine, all of are Hisense products.

Mr Reuben Sebako, branch manager at Bradlows Furnishers Kasane, congratulated and expressed his gratitude to Ms Seretetse as their customer.

He further encouraged customers to visit their store, as it was a quality focused and convenient furniture store.

Officially opened on July 28, 2017 in Kasane, Mr Sebako acknowledged that their store did not only focus on sales, but also on giving back to the community.

'Customer support is what keeps our store running, without our customers we wouldn't be where we are,' he said.

Health West Africa, a distribution company based in Gaborone that works in the distribution of various brands including Hisense, worked in conjunction with Bradlows in the promotion of the product.

Mr Shakes Phofuetsile, sales representative at Health West Africa, said their aim was to reach every store in the country.

He added that they carried promotions in order to market and promote both the product and their company.

Meanwhile, Ms Mavis Thagame, a sales representative at Bradlows Kasane, walked away with a 40 inch Hisense television set. Ms Thagame assisted the winner, Ms Seretetse in purchasing her goods and joining the competition. Speaking during the ceremony, Mr Nelson Litiho, headmaster at Chobe Junior Secondary School, thanked Bradlows for their spirit of giving and wished them success and continuity.

He further acknowledged their efforts in developing the Chobe community.

He noted that previously Bradlows donated 10 lap tops and 10 printers to the junior secondary school which they used in the e-learning project.

The products were funded by the Chobe Education Fund. The Hisense product competition commenced in October this year with its first winner, Dr Bame Kgosisejo in Serowe and Ms Seretetse is the second winner.

The final winner will be announced towards the end of December. All winners walked away with Hisense products valued at P35 000. The aim of the competition is to market and promote Hisense products which is still new in the market.

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Publication:Botswana Daily News (Gaborone, Botswana)
Date:Dec 27, 2017
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