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Puma Energy Fise Station rewards Taxi Driver with a Car

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The Puma Energy Fise Station last Friday 25th June 2021 rewarded loyal customers with the highest prize being a car as part of its five-year anniversary. 

Paul Buabeng, a Taxi Driver won a Suzuki Alto, beating hundreds who entered the draw.

Other prizes won on the day include motorbike, home and electronic appliances such as mobile phones, fridges, television, and home theatre sets.

Hundreds of drivers attended last Friday’s draw at the station located at Fise on the Accra-Nsawam Road.

Also in attendance were top level executives of Puma Energy from the company’s global and regional offices.

Speaking at the event, Henry Osei, Managing Director of Puma Energy Ghana Distribution Limited said the brand thrives on its customer base hence the constant need to reward them.

“We enjoy enormous loyalty from our customer base. This is very representative of how they also feel about the brand. It is why we continue to bring out these reward and loyalty programmes to justify the confidence we have in each other.”

Buabeng also said Puma has grown to become a preferred Oil Marketing Company for a lot of people, particularly drivers, adding the win reinforces the belief he has in the brand.

“I am elated at this. This is a dream come true. Finally, I get to own a new car. This will support my work. I am grateful to the Fise Station and to Puma as well.”

Mr. Freeman Owusu, the Chief Executive Officer of the Fise branch praised the unique relationship his company enjoys with the Puma brand, dating back to years.

“What we share with Puma is very unique. You can see by the importance they have attached to this draw and we count ourselves lucky to have all these executives from Ghana and abroad join us for this.

“This draw is to also thank our loyal base, the drivers especially for their support over the years. We are better today because they patronize our products.”

Puma Energy Distribution Ghana Limited is one of Ghana’s leading Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs).

The company has recently has dropped its price per litre at the pump to 5.99 Cedis.

The reduction according to the company is consistent with its commitment to offering value to its customers.

All 84 branches nationwide have as of June 16 started selling at the new price, giving customers a unique opportunity to do more while paying for less.

Puma Energy Ghana started operations in Ghana in 2016 and has 84 retail service stations and counting across the country.

Puma Energy Distribution Ghana Limited is part of a global oil and gas conglomerate operating in 47 countries.