FORTEBET KICKS OFF X-MAS CELEBRATIONS IN STYLE

BY: Eyalama In News, Sports On

It was a thrilling moment as Fortebet customers from Mbikko, Lugazi, Kiyindi,
Mbalala and Namawojjolo won themselves a lot of Christmas gifts over last
weekend.

“I know everyone is in high moods to welcome the Lord. This is why
Fortebet is adding colour onto this mood by giving as many clients as possible a
number of gifts because we want to celebrate with everyone,” said John
Nanyumba, Fortebet Media manager.

Like it has done elsewhere, even last weekend Fortebet visited the above
centres and rewarded its punters with Fortebet pens, wristbands, caps, T-
shirts, masks and team jerseys of the top European teams, but most of all the
phones being the grand gifts.

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Atleast 500 punters left these branches walked
away with any of the above gifts.
Before all this however, Fortebet donated life jackets to fishermen at Kiyindi
landing site.

 

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“We are doing this to save your lives,” said Nanyumba while
handing over the jackets.
Namayingo, Bugiri, Iganga and Mayuge on Saturday 28 th  December. Be there
and win as we cross to 2020.

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