Following the relaunch of Star production in Kaase, Guinness Ghana launched the ‘EEBO SO’ promo in Kumasi to reward Ghanaians with GHS3 million worth of prizes. The night was filled with people enjoying the dazzling music, fashion, and dance showcases and they left excited about the promotion. There were performances from Fameye, Strongman, DJ Aroma with Mensa Jnr as MC.
Fameye thrilled an enthusiastic audience with his crowd-pleasing songs at the EEBO SO Shine on Concert. From ‘Mati’ to ‘Pressure’, he got the crowd on their feet and moving to the rhythm of the beat. Strongman was in sync with his fans, wowing them with his intricate wordplay. Also gracing the stage and giving the audience a show were Kumasi-based artistes.
Music births dance. We saw an infusion of hip-hop, legwork and breakdance from two talented dance groups who battled it out on the dance floor to be crowned the best of the night.
Music and dance weren’t the only things that lit up the night. Breathtaking models strutted creative pieces from Abranti3 the Gentleman on the runaway, captivating the audience with the fashionable display and litheness. They catwalk was integrated into the audience giving them a closeup view of the designs.
It was a night that shone bright with everyone leaving a Star.
Explaining the mechanics of the promotion, Roland Ofori, Head of Beers at Guinness Ghana said: Each time you buy any Star Beer, Guinness Foreign Extra Stout and Orijin, look under the crown for a unique code. Dial *1000*Code# for a chance to win loads of cash, free drinks, and airtime”.
Redemption of the prizes is only valid within the duration of the promotion. There is no restriction with regards to the number of times you can participate. However, consumers are allowed to win only twice daily.
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