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Man wins dream home

Ana Madigibuli
Sunday, January 27, 2013

THREE lucky winners got a chance to win a fully furnished home during the 2012 Courts Promotion Draw at Courts Mega Store in Samabula yesterday.

Winners for the three fully furnished home for the Northern Division was Nacani Noni of Muana Village, Western Division was Parvin Chand of Sabeto, Nadi, and for the Eastern Division was Sanjay Kumar.

Eastern Division winner Mr Kumar said he did not expect to win the house that was fully furnished.

Mr Kumar said he got into the draw after purchasing a Sony Bravia LED 32 inch TV from courts.

"I have been paying rent for the last 12 years and to finally get my own house is just great," he said.

"I was speechless at first when I was told about the house and I had thought that someone was playing a prank on me.

"It has been a dream come true for me and my family and I would like to thank Courts for giving us such a great house."

Courts chief executive officer Priyaraj Munasinghe said the draw was the biggest that Courts had ever done which cost half a million dollars.

Mr Munasinghe said Courts wanted to do promotions that would change people's lives especially their customers.

Picking the winning names was the Minister for Works, Transport and Public Utilities Captain Timoci Natuva.

Mr Natuva said Courts was a clear market leader in the retailing of durable home goods, electrical appliances and other merchandise categories.

He said Courts had always rewarded its customers in the past few years making it a people-oriented organisation in the country.


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