SCS hosts 10th customer appreciation raffle

Posted on Jan 03 2023


Saipan Computer Services staff, along with Jerry Tiu, business development director, front, second from left, pose with their raffle prizes during the 10th Customer Appreciation Raffle Promotion held on New Year’s eve, last Saturday at the SCS store in Beach Road. (DONNA LIWAG RIVERA)

Saipan Computer Services, a computer-oriented corporation that retails, service, and maintains computers, hosted its 10th Customer Appreciation Raffle Promotion last Saturday at the SCS store in Beach Road to cap off 2022.

SCS customers received one raffle ticket for every $25 purchase and were put in a raffle draw for a chance to win a pool of prizes, advertisements, and others worth between $8,000 and $12,000.

Among the raffle prizes given to lucky customers were an Apple 24” Mac, LG 55” 4K LED HDTV, Sony Playstation 5, Canon Rebel t100 DSLR camera, Samsung Galaxy A7 tablet, Levoit Core Air Purifier, Google Nest Hub Max, Lenovo Smart Clock with Charging Hub, and 9 $25 SCS Gift Certificates.

SCS will be contacting the winners of the raffle prizes directly.

Jerry Tiu, business development director of SCS, said, “This raffle promo is our way of giving back to our customers, whose confidence, support and continued patronage sustains our company’s motto ‘Service Beyond The Sale.’ …As the first computer sales and services company of the CNMI, thank you for your continued trust and support.”

The Customer Appreciation Raffle Promotion started in 2011 with a brief hiatus in 2020 and 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“As almost everything else came to a grinding halt, we felt it prudent to suspend the promotion during the height of the pandemic so as not to create any unnecessary hype. We were putting our focus more on social distancing, masking and the other health protocols. The safety of the customers, the crew and, of course, the general public became the primordial concern during those times. And if I may add, the CNMI government did a great job of handling the whole pandemic. We in the CNMI are blessed and fortunate that the face masks were not tainted by any political color. We are so lucky that the residents of the islands came together against this particular health issue,” added Tiu.

Leigh Gases
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