Business News of Thursday, 22 November 2018
Ghana Oil Company Limited (GOIL) on Wednesday, through its mega promo “Efie ne Efie,” (Home Sweet Home), has rewarded more than 800 top customers who accumulated points through the purchase of GOIL products over the past one month.
GOIL the nation’s foremost indigenous Oil Marketing Company (OMC) last month launched the promo to reward customers who patronise GOIL products through an instant win and also a monthly accumulation of points.
At an impressive ceremony to reward, the top customers; Mr George Koran won the monthly ultimate price of GH¢ 1,000.00 worth of fuel and a weekend stay for two at Coconut Grove Hotel.
Mr Alex Josiah Adzew, GOIL Chief Operating Officer commended the public for showing total commitment to the GOIL brand; “we are through the Efie ne Eife promo reciprocating the gesture with these rewards as a way of saying thank you at the end of the year”.
He said “the GOIL promo is not a raffle or a game of chance, apart from the instant rewards, that thousand are receiving countrywide, customers who accrue the highest points will get the opportunity to be rewarded in the monthly ultimate rewards”.
Mr Adzew assured customers that “apart from the 800 beneficiaries whom we are rewarding, over 1,700 more customers will receive rewards in our next two rounds of ultimate reward giveaways in December and January, 2019.
“This is also in addition to the 918,420 items to be given out as instant rewards throughout the period of the promotion. At GOIL, the interest of our customers is our concern.
“We will therefore take every step to make them really feel at home by making sure the products we serve them is of the highest quality and deliver value for money”.
He said GOIL would continue to offer value for money services to customers; getting the right quantity and quality of fuel purchased.
Mr Adzew explained that as the biggest indigenous OMC, “GOIL believes that its profit should be ploughed back into the Ghanaian economy. That’s is why we are listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange with over 16,000 shareholders who are mainly Ghanaian individuals and Ghanaian-owned companies”.