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Carling Black Label R50K gold medal winners reveal their spending plans

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Joy, passion, ecstasy and tears of joy reigned supreme during a Carling Black Label auspicious event held at Chillas Lounge in Tsakane Gauteng where three lucky winners came out R50 000 richer, thanks to Mzansi’s quality taste beer.

Back to the story! The event marked the award winning brand’s celebration for winning   50th accolade for the brand’s quality taste locally and abroad.

 Africa’s Champion beer embarked on a journey to reward its consumers by producing 50 real gold medals to the value of R50,000 each.

It was revealed the gold medals are certified so that if the consumers wish to sell them for cash, they can do so.

Before this major event, the brand hosted the “ Gold Medals Game Show” in ten other areas including Umlazi, Fish Hoek, Mdantsane, Phutaditjhaba, and Burgersfort amongst others.

To celebrate the final giveaway, Carling Black Label  hosted a fan activation at Chillas Lounge.

 At the venue, attendees had the chance to win one of three gold medals, which is a fitting prize for fans of the most award-winning gold liquid beverage that rounds out each of their social occasions and celebrations, namely Carling Black Label. 

On the sidelines, Brand Manager, For Carling Black Label told this publication this brand has reached a milestone by winning notable 50 awards.

“We want to empower, recognise and reward our consumers so that they can have a voice because during the height of Covid-19 we could not interact with them adequately,” She said.

Zakhele Gule, one of the lucky prize-winners from Wattville in the Eastrand told this reporter this windfall came in handy.

“I think I will carefully use this money to give my children good education and the rest will be used to full fill my dream of paying lobola for my concubine who is the mother of my children.”

Sibusiso Hlongwane, another lucky winner who was on cloud nine said his wish was to keep the gold award but circumstances will force him to use it.

“I will spend half of this windfall for my children’s education and the other half will be spent on funding my long cherished goal of setting up a men and women cologne cosmetic Business.

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