Be a Super 95 Millionaire promotion grand presentation

The Guyana Oil Company Limited brought the curtains down on their highly successful “Be A Super 95 Millionaire” Christmas Promotion with a Grand Presentation to winners hosted at their Regent Street Service Station on Tuesday, January 19.

Guyoil’s 2020 Christmas promotion commenced December 11th 2020 and resulted in 60 persons across Guyana winning a total of more than $4,000,000 in cash and prizes. Each week since the start of the promotion, a randomly chosen customer won a major cash prize and consolation prizes were also given to an additional 11 randomly chosen customers.

Guyoil’s first Super 95 Millionaire in the first week of the promotion was Mr. Roy Lennox Marshall of Better Hope, East Coast Demerara. Mr. Marshall is a faithful Guyoil customer and resides in Better Hope Village where he operates a grocery shop. Mr. Marshall buys large quantities of fuel products from Guyoil including gasolene and kerosene for both personal and commercial use. He usually purchases from Kitty or Sheriff St. Service Street Stations.

Week Two of the promotion paved the way for Mr. Quncy Dennis of Kiltairn Berbice to win the second week’s major cash prize of $500,000. Mr. Dennis is a hire car driver and purchases fuel on a daily basis from Palmyra Service Station. Guyoil is extremely proud that Mr. Dennis is the lucky winner for Week #2 since minibus and hire car drivers are one of the company’s most loyal customer segment for Super 95 gasolene.

Guyoil’s expansive network of retail service stations guarantees that a geographically diverse number of persons would benefit. Given this, it was not surprising when the winners for Week # 3 of the promotion hailed all the way from the remote village of Moruca, Pomeroon, Essequibo. Week #3 winner was Mr. Dennis Vieira and he won $300,000. Guyoil’s winner in Week #4 of the promotion was Mr. Rajendra Mahadeo and he won $250,000. Mr. Mahadeo has been supporting many Guyoil service stations on the West Bank Demerara and hails from Leonora.

Guyoil’s final Super 95 Millionaire in Week #5 of the promotion is Ms. Annique Rigby of Wismar Linden who is our first female driver of a major cash prize in this promotion. Ms. Rigby is a faithful Super 95 customer and regularly purchases from a Guyoil Service station in Linden.

Guyoil’s Deputy General Manager Ms. Molly Hassan and some of the winners of the “Be a Super 95 Millionaire” Christmas promotion

In addition to the major cash prizes each week, over one million dollars in consolation prizes inclusive of flat screen televisions, tablets, Giftland vouchers, Grocery vouchers and fuel vouchers were won by more than 55 persons who consistently supported Guyoil’s Super 95 gasolene brand.   The “Be A Super Millionaire” Promotion was extremely well received by customers nationwide and received more than 250,000 entries across 56 Guyoil service stations across the country. Guyoil’s Super 95 Gasolene brand experienced an unprecedented and much welcomed increase in sales given the countrywide excitement surrounding the very generous cash prizes.

 Super 95 Gasolene is Guyoil’s flagship fuel product and represents a large proportion of Guyoil’s product sales. Guyoil’s Super 95 is a premium gasolene product offered at an affordable price given the company’s mandate to ensure that the Guyanese people receive high quality products at the most competitive prices. As the curtains come down on this promotion, Guyoil urges Guyanese to support their own. The Guyana Oil Company Limited is a proud Guyanese owned and Guyanese operated company, serving the nation for over 44 years. All the profits from GUYOIL remain in Guyana and are used for the development of our country. When persons buy fuel and lubricants from GUYOIL, they are directly contributing to the building of schools, hospitals, roads or to projects that benefit all Guyanese.

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