Kumbirai Madhibhi receives her gift
MASVINGO – Baker's Inn last weekend conducted the 3rd edition of their Buy and Win Grand Draw for 2017, an event which saw lucky customers walking away with different kind of gifts and prizes.
The event attracted many people at a place that was cordoned off to vehicular traffic along Leopold Takawira Street where a euphoric anxiety to win gripped the huge crowd.
The biggest highlight of the draw was the winning of a sleek Mercedes Benz C 200 Compressor and an LED television by Jeriphanos Musara, a teacher at Ndarama High School.
"I was expecting to win because I took part in the competition. I participated with my heart so I expected to win though I was not sure of what really was going to come my way. I knew the chance was very small since there were many entrants," Musara said.
Other lucky customers got prizes ranging from gas stoves, solar geysers and deep freezers to school fees vouchers and bread.
However, the day probably belonged to a local vendor, Kumbirai Madhibhi, who got a surprise of her life when Baker's Inn made a commitment to change her life by presenting her an impromptu gift of three crates of bread to start a home business.
"I am overwhelmed by what Bakers Inn has done to me. They have indeed changed my life and I was not expecting this at all. I will have money to do other businesses at home now that I have a start," said Madhibhi.
Baker's Inn Masvingo area manager, Admire Vhoko thanked customers for making the confectionery company what it is, saying by continuing to buy Baker's Inn products, they were making possible such plough back programmes as the Buy and Win grand draw.
"I will like to appreciate the people of Masvingo for embracing our great event. It shows that people like the Bakers Inn brand. It also shows that market has a place for us and we feel encouraged.
"Continue supporting us, don't lose hope if you didn't manage to win because it's coming again and what you need to do is just to participate. To our winners, we say with Bakers Inn you will always win," said Vhoko.business