SCS hosts raffle draw worth $18K

Saipan Computer Services staff poses with SCS business development director and KZMI afternoon radio personality Bobby Bogart yesterday after the raffle draw of the lucky winners. (Erwin Encinares)

Saipan Computer Services staff poses with SCS business development director and KZMI afternoon radio personality Bobby Bogart yesterday after the raffle draw of the lucky winners. (Erwin Encinares)

Thirty years; three lucky winners.

That’s how Saipan Computer Services commemorated its 30th anniversary this year—with a raffle yesterday that saw the company giving away three Apple 27” iMac with 5K retina display.

The winners of the iMac are Peter Arriola Natalie Suda, and Frances Borja, all of whom were not present during the raffle draw.

Nine major prize winners got a Polaroid mobile printer, a Bose Companion 5 speaker system, a Canon EOS Rebel T5 SLR camera, a Samsung 18” tablet, a GoPro Hero 4 Black camera, a Google 10.2 Pixel tablet, a Lenovo notebook computer, a Cyberpower ultra gaming computer, and a Microsoft Surface Pro 12.3” tablet.

The major prizes amounted to a total of $18,000, according to business development director Jerry Tiu.

SCS also gave 20 winners 12 mugs and eight umbrellas as a consolation prize.

Tiu offered his gratitude to the CNMI, saying the company would like to give back to the customers that have been with SCS through the good and bad.

“Thank you to the CNMI for [SCS’] first 30 years. We hope that the type of service attitude that we have provided will keep you coming,” said Tiu. “We will try to have a bigger and better raffle promo next year.”

Tiu addressed the winners by congratulating them and inviting them to the next raffle, scheduled for 2018.

“To the winners, you might win again,” said Tiu.

Preparation for the raffle draw started about four months ago, he said.

SCS, a Saipan-based computer-oriented corporation that retails, service, and maintains computers, turned 30 last Aug. 8, 2016.

SCS also offers the same services to residents of Tinian, Rota, and Guam occasionally, further highlighting their motto, “Service beyond the sale.”

Erwin Encinares | Reporter
Erwin Charles Tan Encinares holds a bachelor’s degree from the Chiang Kai Shek College and has covered a wide spectrum of assignments for the Saipan Tribune. Encinares is the paper’s political reporter.

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