Online marketing firm fetes customers to mark Easter festive season

22Apr 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Online marketing firm fetes customers to mark Easter festive season

AN online marketing firm, Zoom Tanzania showered its customers with various prizes as part of its giving back to community initiative to show its appreciation for their support.

The company’s Marketing Manager, Stephen Swai said in Dar es Salaam during the weekend that since the company’s establishment in 2009, it has been strongly backed by customers.

Swai said on Friday that to kick off the Easter season’s events, Zoom Tanzania organized an Easter egg hunt on its website while inviting customers to participate in the exercise in order to win various prizes which included a full curried rice (pilau) making ingredients.

He noted that the company’s management believes in bringing families together during the festive season hence the prizes were more of family size than individuals.

“At Zoom Tanzania, we always try to find a way to be closer to our customers and these Easter holidays and we wanted to find a perfect way to bring families together to enjoy this special occasion together,” said the Zoom Tanzania Marketing Manager.

The company said the competition was also held on its social media platforms for the past two weeks with four lucky winners getting prizes. One of the lucky winners was Raymond Mauki who walked away with a curried rice ingredients package.

The prizes which also went to Dar based Evelyn Kessy who got family meal vouchers to dine at KFC; Mbeya based Gwamaka Josiah who got shopping vouchers for Game Supermarket and Zanzibar based Yousouph Juma who won movie vouchers for his family to watch a movie of their choice at Century Cinemax, excited the winners.

 “This is a unique year which we have chosen to show our customers that we appreciate them and that we are here for them,” Swai added.

The online marketplace has thousands of customers who visit its website daily to buy almost everything from groceries, automobiles, electronics, real estate and clothing using their mobile handsets and other electronic gadgets.

 

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