Cash Pot Mega Ball promotion rolled into Papine

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July 28, 2017
Contributed Persons dip into the Cash Pot cauldron to try and win small appliances and other prizes.
Contributed RJR's radio personality Burgerman (right) tries to assess the performance of this fan at the Cash Pot Mega Ball roadshow in Papine last week.
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Supreme Ventures' Cash Pot in the Streets is back but this time with a 'mega' upgrade.

The Cash Pot team took to Papine Square last Friday for the first instalment in its Cash Pot Mega Ball in the Streets road show, ramping up excitement over the continuation of the Mega Ball campaign which began in March.

Patrons who came to Papine Square and purchased a Cash Pot Mega Ball ticket of $300 or more, received a chance to dip into the huge Cash Pot cauldron for a chance to win small appliances and cash.

Over 1,700 household items including televisions, DVD players, standing fans were given away.

The audience also received a chance to win something extra, as five random persons with Cash Pot Mega Ball tickets were chosen from the audience to try their luck with the Mega Ball chamber.

Persons who selected a white ball from the chamber received branded novelty items, while those who selected the gold Mega ball, received an alcoholic beverage.

The onstage antics of RJR FM's Burgerman kept the vibe going all afternoon, along with the various persons called on stage to dance and perform Cash-Pot-themed songs composed on the spot for cash and prizes.

Supreme Ventures' assistant vice-president, group corporate communications, Simone Clarke-Cooper, said the promotion has given the Supreme Ventures team another opportunity to engage their patrons on the ground.

"We really enjoy when our team goes on the road to meet and interact with our fans. The patrons loved the on the ground activity and we love that they have gravitated towards the Mega Ball ampaign in particular," she said.

The team will be rolling into Old Harbour, St Catherine today then to Sam Sharpe Square Montego Bay, St James on August 4, making its final stop in Junction, St Elizabeth, on Friday, August 11.

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