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Top Score Mokasie


by Villager Reporters
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The most trusted maize meal brand in Namibia and the benchmark in the maize category, first milled in 1982 with the opening of Namib Mills, launched a Top Score Mokasie Challenge late last month (30th March).
To participate in the Top Score Mokasie Challenge, consumers have to buy the 5kg or 10kg Top Score packs, which are available in all participating leading retail outlets across the country, then SMS their unique number, found inside the promotional packs, with their full names and town names to 25000. Consumers can enter as many times as they like, provided that each time, a new unique number is used. SMSes are charged at N$1.
According to the Namib Mills Marketing Manager, Margareth Gustavo, a random draw will be conducted per the identified geographical locations. The winning names will be audited and verified by the auditors from SGA.
Participating customers will win various prizes including 5-minutes of fame on NBC TV. The Top Score number one winning family, in each participating town, also stands a chance to win up to N$10 000 in cash.
“The main aim of the Top Score Mokasie Challenge is to reward our loyal consumers and at the same time provide a fun way for the whole family to participate,” explained Gustavo.
Mokasie means “in the location” and the TV crew will visit households across the country. From the 20th of this month to 7 July 2012, the TV crew will visit the following towns, in no particular order: Gobabis, Windhoek, Katima Mulilo, Mariental, Rehoboth, Rundu, Swakopmund, Tsumeb, Ongwediva, Oshakati, Otjiwarongo and Walvis Bay.
“The TV crew may visit any of these towns over the next couple of weeks without announcement. Therefore, consumers must continue entering, because you never know when the TV crew will be in your town,” said Gustavo.
Three possible winners will be selected per town, with the winning households chosen by the Mokasie crew. When the TV crew visits the households, they are required to present the promotional packs. This will make them eligible as the winning households in that particular town. The runner-up households will each receive Top Score product hampers.
Gustavo further noted that, “Not only will consumers stand a chance of winning big but home viewers will also be able to enter the competition and win cash prizes and product give-a-ways during the challenge period. You can follow the Top Score Mokasie Challenge on Facebook at facebook/topscorenamibia.com, “Like” our page and stand a chance to win N$100 worth airtime every week day (except for weekends and public holidays) on the Top Score Facebook page until Wednesday, 27 June.
“We look forward to a Top Score Mokasie Challenge that will entertain NBC viewers, yet reward our consumers with cash. Don’t let this chance pass you by!”  Gustavo concluded.