Great Simba House Hunt – 1st Winner receives R1 million House!
Mar 27th 2012, 10:40
Mr Mario Diergaardt from Kakamas in the Northern Cape is the very first house winner of the Great Simba House Hunt Campaign. He has won a house valued at R1 Million! This is the first house to be given away by Simba in a campaign that will see, not one, not two, but 3 lucky South Africans each win a house worth R1 Million. Over and above these grand prizes, R5,5 million worth of airtime is being given away.
Says Mario Diergaardt, “When I bought the packet of Simba chips, I found a token inside. I entered and then waited. When I was told I was the winner of a R1 million house I couldn’t believe it! It’s a dream come true for me!”
The next Simba Great House Hunt house draw will take place mid-April.
Simba fans all over South Africa are looking out for specially marked Simba 36g and Simba 125g potato chip packets. If they find tokens, they can enter in the hope that they will be one of the two lucky people to each win one of the two R1 million houses left!
Consumers need to look out for specially marked Simba 36g and Simba 125g potato chip packets.
The promotion runs until 30th April 2012.
Each month, in April and in May, one lucky winner will win the grand prize – a house valued at R1million! Winners will be announced on TV, Radio, Facebook and www.simbahousehunt.co.za.
The Competition is open to all South African residents or South African Citizens over the age of eighteen (18) years
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