20 win $250 GCs for 2016 LibDay weekend

Three of the 20 winners of gift certificates worth $250 pose after claiming their prizes at Joeten Susupe. From left, Vanessa Camacho, Betty Diaz, and Anna Karapetyan. (Contributed Photo)

Three of the 20 winners of gift certificates worth $250 pose after claiming their prizes at Joeten Susupe. From left, Vanessa Camacho, Betty Diaz, and Anna Karapetyan. (Contributed Photo)

Twenty lucky customers each won $250 worth of gift certificates in last week’s raffle drawing of the Procter & Gamble-Joeten Anniversary promo. The contest was conducted for Joeten’s 67th year and it ran from May 18 to June 22.

The raffle draw was simultaneously held at Joeten’s four branches on the island—Hafa Adai Shopping Center, Dandan, Kagman, and Susupe.

Customers received one raffle entry for every purchase of P&G products like Gain, Downy, Charmin, Bounty, Dawn, Pantene, etc.

The GCs were awarded just in time for the three-day Fourth of July weekend where the winners could buy groceries for their Liberation Day celebration and family barbecue.

D&Q thanked all who joined the promo for their continued patronage, while also congratulating all the winners.

The winners per store are: Gina Cabrera, Alejandra Cruz, Ferdinand Dela Torre, Noime Lifoifoi, and Lambert Palacios (Dandan); Eric Abragan, Shevonne Aldan, Lyzandra Barcinas, Ana Deleon Guerrero, and Ma. Viveth Jimenez (Hafa Adai); Miyuki Ada, Gabriela Kamel, Juan Maratita, Jesus Taitano, and Tomoe Takai (Kagman); and Vanessa Camacho, Betty Ann Diaz, Anna Karapetyan, Gloria Sablan, and Criselda Valenzuela (Susupe).

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Jon Perez | Reporter
Jon Perez has been covering local and international sports events for more than 15 years. His sports writing career started when he joined the weekly DAWN, University of the East’s student newspaper, when he was in college.
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