Chota Kuchota na Khetias winners bag their prizes

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The Nissan cube car that was won.

Chota kuchota promotion exercise that was running at Khetias supermarket in which winners were expected to win several prizes among them a nissan cube car with two motorcycles has finally come to clause with several winners being given their presents.

The promotion that kicked off on 25th November last year has seen several winners bag their prizes with the biggest being a Nissan cube car. Clara Mutai 25, an employee at Khetias Supermarket Kitale who resides at Bidii ward of Transnzoia county was the winner of the Nissan cube car.

Car winner Clara Mutai accompanied by her husband and motorcycle winner Emanuel Shibembe greet each other.

An ecstatic Clara could not hide her joy as she was presented with the car stating that being an employee she was also doing her shopping at the giant Gigamatt Khetias Supermarket in Kitale adding that her last shopping she did was last Sunday . Clara, a mother of one child was accompanied by her husband with their child however noted that she will use the car in spreading the Gospel as she didn’t expect to  win such a grand prize.

Some of her other colleagues that won motorcycles Emmanuel Shibembe and David Kibet an epic club employee in Kitale both thanked Khetias shop for the promotions that saw several individuals compete for various prizes  stating that they have been loyal customers for the past four years. They however appealed to other shoppers within the region to emulate Khetias Supermarket claiming its promotions have been of benefit to some customers in the region as several of them have won prizes since the competition began in 2015.

Francis Ochieng marketing officer Khetias

The Khetias marketing officer Kitale branch Francis Ochieng said they started the competitions as a way of giving back to the customers who have remained loyal to the firm thanking the winners of several prizes. He stated that the supermarket  is ready to offer services that customers deserve promising to work with them more efficiently in future.