Courts Saint Lucia gives promotion winners $20,000 in cash and prizes

Courts Saint Lucia gives promotion winners $20,000 in cash and prizes
Amy Nelson.

Two lucky customers of Courts Saint Lucia have been announced winners of the company’s Big Prize Promotion, and have won prizes and cash totaling $20,000.

Elsa Lawrence from Vieux Fort, won the “Make your wish come true promotion” with the purchase of an appliance.

Lawrence, who won $13,000, said she plans to take some of the money to plan a trip to Barbados for Crop Over, and will use the remainder to buy a few more household appliances.

“I am glad that I made a decision to buy my stove from Courts. Since I bought it I haven’t stopped smiling and I am glad that they are going to make some of my dreams come true,” Lawrence said.

Meanwhile, the other main prize winner, Amy Nelson, won the Mabe Promotion. She will receive a kitchen upgrade with Mabe appliances including a Mabe 30 inch cooker, a Mabe 40 cubic feet refrigerator and a Mabe microwave.

“I am really excited about my new appliances. I have never won anything before. I could never say again that I never won anything, because I won with Courts and I am really excited. Thank you Courts,” Nelson said.

Public Relations Officer of Courts St. Lucia Britney Jongue said the company also launched the “I love my appliances from Courts promotion”, which saw customers receiving offers of nothing to pay in 30 days and the chance to win up to US$2000 in cash with the purchase of any Whirlpool appliance.

She said Courts will continue to give back big to its customers, and encouraged the public to make Courts their number one supplier of all household items.

Founder of Faces of Cancer Dorothy Phillip receiving cheque from Courts Branch Manager (Chausee Road).

Meanwhile, at the same ceremony, Courts Saint Lucia also presented a cheque for $10,000 to Faces of Cancer, a non-profit organisation in St Lucia.

Jongue said that the donation is geared towards assisting the organisation in helping them to provide support to persons affected by cancer.

In receiving the cheque, the organisation’s founder Dorothy Phillip praised Courts for taking its corporate responsibility seriously and for supporting the work of the organisation.



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