GOIL Company Limited has held the third and final Ultimate Reward of its ‘Efie ne Fie’ promotion at Cape Coast, with 780 more customers receiving free fuel ranging from GH¢300 to GH¢1,000 in value.
At the third and final reward ceremony, 90 drivers received GH¢1,000 worth of free fuel while 250 customers got GH¢500 of fuel and 440 were rewarded with GH¢300 worth of fuel. The top-five customers who accrued the highest points during the three months of promotion were also given a 33-inch brand-new flat-screen television set each.
In all, 2,500 customers across the country benefitted from the ultimate reward scheme during the period of promotion. This is in addition to the 773,642 customers who received instant rewards such as airtime, tissue-boxes, face-towels, T-shirts, keyrings and gift vouchers after buying fuel from any of the over-400 fuel stations in the country.
The Managing Director and Group CEO, Kwame Osei Prempeh, congratulated the drivers for keeping faith with the company – adding that GOIL will always strive to give the best of quality service. He mentioned that GOIL and the National Petroleum Authority have jointly constructed model premix stations in the Central and Western Regions to serve the people.
The Board chairman, Kwamena Bartels, thanked the numerous customers of GOIL who turned up in their numbers to patronise GOIL products during the promotion; urging them to continue staying with the company and help bring money back into the economy. He noted the diverse backgrounds of the reward scheme’s recipients is an example that GOIL belongs to all Ghanaians.
The recipients were made up of Private Saloon cars, taxis, tro-tros, trucks, mini-buses, private SUVs and motorcars as well as tricycles.
The Central Region Minister, Mr. Kwamena Duncan, commended GOIL for contributing to stabilising fuel prices in the country; adding that the company will remain a prized national asset, and urging the management and board to continue efforts at expanding the company to create more jobs for the youth.
The Omanhene of Oguaa Traditional Area, Osabarima Kwesi Atta II who chaired the occasion, commended GOIL for the strides it has made and appealed for Ghanaians to patronise made in Ghana products as a way of strengthening Ghana’s economy.
The occasion coincided with the official re-opening of the modernised Cape Coast By-Pass service station, which has enhanced services such as a well-stocked and expanded GO CAFÉ, a GO lube-centre and an auto-service Centre.