Neal and Massy awards 61 following Christmas promotions

The Neal and Massy Group yesterday presented cash prizes of $20,000 each to 61 winners in its MoneyGram and SurePay promotions. Two of these winners also received the grand prize of a Zongshen scooter each. These two lucky winners were Roneka Parmanand and Olinda Cadogan.
Fifty-one MoneyGram users were awarded. They were eligible for the drawing if they sent or received a MoneyGram transfer between November 12, 2012 and January 11, 2013. One winner was guaranteed from every MoneyGram location.  SurePay, a relatively new facility, enables persons to make utility payments.  Ten persons were awarded in this category and the promotion period was November 12 to January 5. The presentations were made at Ainlim.
In photo, the two grand prize winners pose with their bikes. Second from right is Neal and Massy CEO, Deo Persaud.


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