BWAISE PUNTERS CLAIM 1ST SHARE OF 2019/20 FORTEBET GIFTS

BY: Eyalama In Sports On

Fortebet’s promise of giving back mega gifts to its punters across Uganda started with punter of Bwaise over the weekend. 

Hundreds of punters at all the 7 Fortebet centres located at Bwaise took a share of Fortebet’s gifts that included smart phones, European clubs’ jerseys, Fortebet T-shirts and caps among many others.

The gifts were handed over by the company Media Manager, John Nanyumba at the respective branches.

While handing over the gifts, Nanyumba said, “This is Fortebet. We can’t promise and we don’t fulfil our promise. Shortly before the start of this new season, we promised that we shall be giving out a number of gifts, just like we did last season, here we are!”

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4 punters took home brand new smart phones while 40 were rewarded with club jerseys. 40 more walked away with T-shirts and other 40 caps while over 300 punters wore a colourful Fortebet wristband.

Bwaise Main Centre phone winner couldn’t resist his happiness. “Even when you wake me from deep slumber and asked me the company I bet with, I will tell you Fortebet without thinking about it. This is how much I love Fortebet and this gift has made me even love it a thousand times,” a one Jamil, the phone winner, said shortly after receiving his gift.

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This weekend, Fortebet shall extend the same gifts to punters in Mbale, Bukedea and Kapchorwa. Don’t miss!    

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