Unilever Nigeria plc, has unveiled the winners of the Closeup Cupid Games Campaign.
At an exclusive ball party held recently at Eko Hotels and Suites, with popular OAP Toke Makinwa and Ebuka Obi-Uchendu as comperes, Samuel Adekambi triumphed over two other finalists.
Adekambi, who rode home the grand prize of a power bike, revealed that he is so pleased with the brand for giving him such great opportunity.
According to him, winning the grand prize was a dream come true.
Hyacinth West, the first runner up got a pair of personalized MacBook Air Notepads while Deborah Jesunami, second runner up took home personalized iPads.
Speaking at the event, David Okeme, Brand Building Director, Oral and Personal Care, Unilever Nigeria Plc, stated that Close Up is happy to be associated with such a competition.
“This is an engagement platform for young adults to connect and show their loved ones how much they care, especially at Valentine,” Okeme said.
Also speaking at the event, Oiza Gyang, Category Manager, Oral Care, Unilever Nigeria Plc, revealed that the essence of the Closeup Cupid Games is to foster social connections.
“Close Up is known for advocating confidence in close encounters because it provides perceptible transformation in the mouth that consumers can see, feel and believe in, and this enhances their ability to ‘close up’,” Gyang added.
Cupid Games is a platform for young individuals to confidently express the extent they would go for love by spinning the ‘Closeup tube’. Top five entries were shortlisted from the huge numbers of entries received across the country.
During the course of the campaign, the weekly winners were rewarded with amazing prizes including Beats by Dre headphones and a valentine evening with celebrity, Davido.
Guests at the ball party were treated to a great time of fun and excitement with star performances from Davido, Yemi Alade, Bez and Adekunle Gold.
Dance Na The Main Thing (DNMT) dance crew also wowed the audience with their acrobatic dance steps.
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