Safwa introduced its latest “Golden Leaf Promotion” in all Megamarts around Doha within the community of Qatar. Safwa gave the opportunity to its customers to find a golden leaf inside the packaging of the products, from which they would register themselves into a raffle contest.
Safwa is constantly finding new ways to promote a healthy lifestyle and its locally grown products. Safwa takes its corporate social responsibilities seriously and believes it is vital for companies invest back into their communities and created a strong bond with their consumers. The purpose of this promotion was to encourage healthy products with an incentive of winning gold and vouchers worth 2000 Qatari Riyals to be used at their online platform.
Special thanks to the management team of Mega Mart Mr. Pagarani and Mr. Chandnani who made this promotion a reality and continuously supporting local producers. Mega Mart highly encourages the opportunity for local producers to emerge and grow in the market, it believes that Qatar has the potential to becoming self-sufficient and towards sustainable development as it visions for 2030. It was also the first retail store to display Sawfa’s products and the promotion was perfectly aligned with Mega Marts goals.
The promotion ran for an entire month through all the outlets which was a tremendous success with substantial engagement with the community, many participants registered but eventually three winners where picked at random.
Fardan Fahad Al Fardan was present at MegaMart located at The Centre to meet with the winners and hand over the awards. Here are the winners;
1st Place: Jagat Singh Kullar (Prize 8 grams of Gold)
2nd Place: David David (2000 QR Safwa Vouchers)
3rd Place: Elloise Girle (1000 QR Safwa Vouchers)
Safwa continues to promote a healthy lifestyle and aims to do more promotions with retail stores and the community. Safwa uses innovative agricultural techniques to provide its freshly harvested products, it hopes to expand largely in order to become one of the top local producers of vegetables and greens. Stay safe & healthy!