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Dream Great Things open new doors.

"Every Namibian has a dream and we want to enable those dreams for our fellow countrymen. Thus, we decided to host this competition to give three lucky winners the opportunity to start saving for that specific dream. The criteria was simply to provide us with your details, tell us what your dream is and take a photo of yourself through our digital interface. Your caption was then posted to the Old Mutual Facebook page, where you could view and share your dream with your friends. The winners were selected randomly via a drawing process." explained Quinten Potgeiter, Business Unit Marketing Manager at Old Mutual, when Old Mutual presented the winners with their prizes earlier this month.

"The Win Your Dream Investment competition was held in conjunction with the My Life My Future Expo, which took place from 20 to 22 February. The Expo focused on the lifestyle of individuals and since we all have dreams that relate to our lifestyle we thought it appropriate to put together a competition whereby people could win a unit trust investment to kick start that dream," stated Potgieter.

The draw was done on Thursday, 06 March. The winners received their prizes from Lovelace Kauta, Business Development Executive, Old Mutual Investment Group, and Denille Aspeling, Marketing Consultant, Old Mutual. The 1st Prize of N$10,000 went to Abigail Smit who dreams to be financially independent and of providing a legacy for her children. The 2nd Prize of N$5000 went to Christoph Haenish who wants to travel around the world in a camper truck. The 3rd Prize went to Morne Potgieter who received N$2500 to help him with his first downpayment on his own game farm.

Caption: (Left to right): Lovelace Kauta (Old Mutual Investment Group), Denille Aspeling (Old Mutual), and Abigail Smith (1st Prize winner)

By Comfort Ajibola

intern@economist.com.na

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Title Annotation:Community & Culture
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Publication:Namibia Economist (Windhoek, Namibia)
Date:Mar 21, 2014
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