Winners with Business Systems Limited

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THANK YOU BUSINESS SYSTEMS LIMITED: Managing Director Meilan Meredith, Nixon Mataia and lucky Winners.

THANK YOU BUSINESS SYSTEMS LIMITED: Managing Director Meilan Meredith, Nixon Mataia and lucky Winners.

Business Systems Limited announced the winner of their “Christmas with BSL” on Friday at the wrap-up of their month-long campaign.

This is also their last lucky winner for this year and it marks the 70th winners BSL has rewarded throughout the year 2016.  Called Christmas with BSL campaign, it was launched on 30th November and the conditions was all purchases made from them on to the 23rd of December, would go into the Mega Draw to WIN the Grand prize of 60” LG LED Smart TV valued at $6,500.00.

The lucky winner for the grand prize following the draw that was done in-house at BSL Taufusi Branch is Sister Maureen of Mapuifagalele Little Sisters of the Poor.  Sister Maureen was speechless and shocked when she received the call that she was the lucky winner on Saturday morning. 

At the presentation, she expressed her sincere appreciation of BSL for their continuous support for the community over all these years.

 “I, together with Mapuifagalele Home of the Age are very privileged for this amazing prize - we thank the Lord for your giving hearts and pray he continues to bless BSL in years to come” says Sister Maureen. BSL Managing Director, Meilan Meredith presented the LG 60” Smart TV to the lucky winner and shared with her BSL’s best wishes as Samoa is celebrating Christmas and New Year. 

 “It is customers like you, that have been the backbone of our operations and business throughout these 39 years since our establishment. I thank you as well as all our other customers for all the support and we hope to continue our partnership in coming years. Congratulations Sister” Meilan said during the presentation.

BSL wishes all their customers the very best for this Christmas and look forward to celebrating New Year with everyone through their other many upcoming promotions.

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