Hot FM Zambia
Hot FM Zambia
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4 months ago

The $100 driver challenge reloaded is back

The Trio host HOT MEDIA GROUP Chairman, Mr. Oscar Chavula and Oryx Sales Manager, Mr. Brian Kasungu as they announced the relaunch of the HOT FM drivers challenge powered by ORYX at the Oryx Service Station at Leopards Hill Mall in Bauleni area.

The drivers challenge is one of HOT FM's flagship radio campaigns that gives back to the listener. This time around, any driver stands a chance to win a cool $100. Drivers simply need to get a bumper sticker at any Oryx Service Station and stick it at the back of their car, buy any of Oryx products from petrol, diesel, lubricants or gas for a minimum K100 and keep the receipt for proof on the day of purchase.

Spotters will be on the roads around Lusaka looking for that bumper sticker on the vehicle, and proof of purchase then when spotted, they will call out the number plate of the car LIVE on HOT FM, the driver will be instructed to flash hazards to signal, pulled over, and if the driver meets the requirements above, they win a cool $100. If no driver wins, the $100 is rolled over to the next day

The drivers challenge will run for the next 90 days beginning today.

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The $100 driver challenge reloaded is back
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Hot FM Zambia
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Multimedia & Advertising
Beginning its operations in October 2005, Hot FM is an indigenous Zambian commercial radio station. The frequency in Lusaka and surrounding areas is 87.7FM, 89.1FM in Kapiri and 97.3FM on the Copperbelt. This radio station also broadcasts to various parts of the world via its Mingletainment app which is available for download on Google Playstore and the App Store. Hot FM Zambia has been envisioned as the creation and establishment of the country's premier radio station which is the first choice for quality information, entertainment, and education for the people of Zambia. With a wide reach, companies can also advertise their products and services on this station.