VISA and Puma Energy Zambia Plc have partnered in an 8-week national consumer fuel promotion, titled: “Win Free Fuel at PUMA Energy with VISA” which is aimed at encouraging the use of VISA electronic cards at Puma Energy service stations in Zambia, as well as encourage card acceptance amongst the motoring public.
All VISA cardholders in Zambia are eligible to partake in this promotion at any of the 45 participating Puma Energy service stations dotted nationwide. The promotion will run from Wednesday, 21st February 2018 to Wednesday, 18th April 2018.
Two consumers will be rewarded with a free full tank on a daily basis over the next 8 weeks, whilst there will be 8 main weekly prizes of a year’s worth of 60 litres of fuel. Customers will be rewarded with daily winners of prizes including branded T- shirts, pens, notebooks and Airtel and MTN airtime.
By championing safe financial transactions, VISA has undertaken to align its business strategy with client banks, and the efforts of the Zambian Government to fast track digitisation of secure payments and financial inclusion.
Launch event for invited guests only
The official launch event will be held on Wednesday, 21st February 2018 at InterContinental Hotel, Lusaka. The event is for invited guests only. Guest of Honour is Minister of Energy, Honourable Mathew Nkhuwa, MP (TBC)
VISA is a global payments technology company working to enable consumers, businesses, banks and governments to use digital currency. It helps improve lives and economies around the world, from advancing financial inclusion to helping in times of crisis. The company currently connects consumers and merchants in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide.
About Puma Energy Zambia Plc
Puma Energy Zambia Plc markets and distributes petroleum products and lubricants to business and retail customers in Zambia. The company operates in four segments: Retail, Business to Business, Aviation, and Lubricants. It distributes fuel and lubricants to companies operating in Zambia, as well as fuel to airlines; and owns a network of service stations across the country. The Group operates in 48 countries across the Americas, Africa, Europe and Middle East / Asia Pacific.