Dealers Laud Glo Over Houses, Cars, Other Incentives
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Digital and telecommunications services provider, Globacom, on Monday night celebrated its dealers with several amazing gifts including state-of-the-art houses, premium brand new cars and household appliances.
A total of 70 dealers received the different prizes at the 2022 Dealers’ Award events held in Lagos, Port Harcourt, Jos, Kaduna and Abuja. While 14 Category 1 dealers received keys to brand new houses, 37 Categories 2, 3 and 4 dealers were presented with exotic new cars. The final set of dealers in Category 5, who were 19 in number, received assorted valuable household items.
Acknowledging the critical role the dealers have played in the outstanding successes recorded by the company in the last 20 years, Globacom said that the prizes were in continuation of the company’s tradition of rewarding and upholding excellence among its partners, especially those who met the established threshold across the regions.
Speaking at the Lagos event, a frontline dealer, Alhaji Mobolaji Abdulrasaq, Managing Director of Yarab Integrated Limited, commended Globacom for what he called “appreciative gesture”, which according to him will definitely spur the dealers to do much more.
In Abuja, the managing director of Zeph Associates, Mr. Tochukwu Nwosu, whose company won two brand new bungalow houses alongside other Category 1 dealers said, “Globacom has delighted its trade partners tonight and on behalf of my fellow dealers, we say thank you”.
Also in Port Harcourt, Mr. Nonso Osinike, CEO of Lustre Communication said, “This is great, we are very happy. Glo has done well”. His company also won a brand new bungalow.
Chief Jideofor Agudosi of Emy-V Global and Lady Blessing Agbara of Allasimal Exault who both won cars in Jos said the awards signified the premium Globacom placed on its dealers, just as Mr Olalekan Abdulrasaq of Luktec Resources Concept Limited said he was proud to be a Glo dealer as it is “a company that seeks the profitability of its partners”.