Customers at Fortebet’s centres of Kavule-Salaama road and Kibuye swam into lots of goodies that were given out over the weekend. The gifts, like it has been on most of Fortebet branches, were in a way of thanking the clients for having chosen this betting company and not the others.
The handover was done by the company media manager, John Nanyumba at the two centres located just a stone-throw from Kibuye Kobil fuel station.
Many customers were found at the centre and tens of them walked home with a number of gifts like original team jerseys for top teams like Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspurs, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Liverpool, caps, T-shirts, pens, wristbands-all branded with Fortebet.
“Today we are here to demonstrate that we are not only Uganda’s best betting company that offers the highest odds but also the only one that gives back to its customers and Ugandans at large,” said Nanyumba, while addressing the customers at Kavule-Salaama road just before the gifts were handed over to the respective recipients. He added, “All of you are winners today, as long as you placed a bet, especially of 2000/= and above. Just sow us your receipt-whether hard copy or online and we give you your gift instantly.”
six customers won themselves jerseys for clubs; Manchester United, Manchester, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Tottenham hotspurs original jerseys after placing bets of 50.000/= and above, in addition to wristbands and pens. Six other customers scooped a T-shirt each while five more customers got a cap each and other gifts. All the other customers, as long as they had placed bets with 2000/= and above, took different prizes as mentioned above.
“We are moving from branch to branch. For those that have already won, congratulations and for the branches we haven’t reached, just stay alert by constantly checking our facebook page to know which branch shall get the gifts in the following weekend,” Nanyumba promised.
At the same time, Fortebet also donated balls to Kids that play near Kibuye market a brand new ball. “We do this because one of our goals here is to promote the growth and development of sports talents. We have given out many and still giving out more,” noted Nanyumba.