THE SKLD Reward Promo is seeking to reward six back-to-school shoppers every Friday for five weeks with N30,000 SKIT shopping vouchers.
A draw will be held every Friday in-store and online to select the six lucky winners.
The first draw will hold on Friday, April 23.
Winners would be announced on the store’s social media platform. Customers also stand a chance to win several gift items at the store locations – Ikeja, Lekki, Ikota, Lagos – as well as Wuse II, Abuja.
In addition, primary and secondary school owners will be rewarded up to 20 per cent discount on school uniforms in the Marcel Hughes early bird campaign.
Speaking on the initiative, General Manager Commercials, SKLD Integrated Services, Seun Ogunjimi, said: “Over and above our determination to build value for all of our stakeholders, such as ensuring that our consumers have one less thing to think about when it comes to their children’s education, we are currently aware of their difficulties, especially as a result of the pandemic, and we want to help alleviate them.
“The SKLD Reward Promo was created as a result of this. For five weeks during the promo, we will be rewarding 30 skit customers with over N1 million naira in discount, vouchers and gift items.
“We also identify with the challenges of running a business in this environment, as such, we are rewarding school owners 20 per cent discount on school uniform purchase in our Marcel Hughes early bird campaign.”
Brands and Marketing Manager, SKLD Integrated Services, Wale Disu, said:
“We understand the challenges our customers face, particularly in these times, for this reason, we will reward 30 lucky customers with N30,000 shopping vouchers for third term back-to-school shopping. Also, reward schools with discounts worth over N5 million on school uniform orders as they plan for the new academic session.”
To qualify for the N30,000 voucher draw, customers are expected to make a minimum spend of N40,000 at the store in Ikeja, Lekki, Ikota. Wuse II, or online at skit.ng on back-to-school items such as bags, school uniforms and shoes, stationeries, food flask, calculators, books, art supplies, among others.
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