TelEm to get ‘wacky’ for Nov. 23 blowout promotion | THE DAILY HERALD


POND ISLAND–TelEm Group’s Marketing and Sales team will be getting “wacky” as they turn St. Maarten’s annual Black Friday sales into a “Wacky Telco Friday” bonanza for customers.

The Wacky Telco Friday idea was such a hit with TelEm Group customers last year, that the team is bringing it around once more – this time bigger and better, with more special offers, more super prizes to be won and more free gifts to sweeten the promotional pot.

The Marketing and Sales team says the first five customers to enter the company’s main building on Pond Island dressed in a Wacky outfit and upon making a $50 purchase, will get a free Samsung J2-Pro cell phone.

Manager of Marketing and Sales Grisha Heyliger-Marten said customers in wacky attire also earn the chance to take a dip from a box of goodies from which they can take home any one of 100 available prizes.

“There will be something for everyone at this year’s Wacky Telco Friday event. That means specials for seniors, top-up specials, specials for different plans and also sim card specials – we are talking about all-day sales from 6:30am until 4:00 pm, depending on what’s left by that time,” said Heyliger-Marten said.

One of the features of the promotion last year was the great prizes customers and friends of TelEm Group could win in the fun promotion. This year, the promotions will be better with a US $2,000 smart home automation system as the grand door prize with automatic entry with any purchase on Wacky Telco Friday.

“We have huge reductions on cell phones, also on accessories. There will be very special on-the-spot offers with unbeatable deals during specific hours,” the Manager of Marketing and Sales said.

She urges everyone to watch out for flyers about the promotion that will be coming out in the print media and online during the coming days. The flyers will also be available at TelEm Group’s main building on Pond Island and at the Simpson Bay Branch, Welfare Road and at Domino’s Pizza.

“We don’t want anyone to miss out on the offers and the times the offers are being made available to the public, so watch out and be ready to come down at a moment’s notice to take us up on our offers,” she said.

The offers will be limited offers, so it’s first come and first served while each offer lasts.

Source: The Daily Herald