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Airtel, a leading cellular mobile phone company in Sierra Leone has launched its Airtel Rising Stars Football Fan Club for all loving football subscribers in the country.
Chairman of the program Samuel Ansumana said the ARS Football Fan Club has lot of benefits for football loving subscribers; football today has opened a score of opportunities to many youths of this country. Amsumana said he is calling on all subscribers to come onboard to help make this a success story by empowering the company.
Airtel’s Commercial Director Keith Tukei, in his statement said that the Airtel Rising Stars tournament is on its second season in Sierra Leone.
He said Airtel intendeds to take football to the grass-root as they intend injecting a youthful brand of football.
He further stated that this is a great opportunity for the youths as he is expecting not less than 2,000 subscribers to partake in this exercise.
Usage and Retention Executive Abdul Latiff Sesay highlighted the benefits and the criteria involved in enrolling as subscribers into the fan club. The qualifications are:
The benefits subscribers will derive from this fan club are the chances to win:
Use 250 units a week to enroll for the weekly draw, 5000 units monthly to enroll in the monthly draw and 10,000 units in total to enter the grand draw.
The weekly prizes include – cash prize Le 500,000, phone (Ulch), airtime 2 (1,000 units each), Airtel branded items.
The monthly prizes includes – Branded items, cash prize 1,000,000, airtime 2 customers to win ( 2,000 units each) and Airtel branded items.
The grand prizes will be ticket to Kenya, Manchester United signed T-shirts, etc.
The ARS fan club is targeting all football loving subscribers in the Airtel network to win fantastic prizes.
The Airtel Rising Stars football fan club is here to stay with football loving fans even after the tournament.
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