Celebrate the 52nd National Day with “Fuel and Win” Campaign 52 Winners of Shell Fuel Cards and MG 5 Cars
Oct 30, 2022
Muscat : Shell Oman Marketing Company S.A.O.G. (Shell Oman) has announced the launch of its ‘Fuel and Win Campaign,’ beginning from October 25, as part of its celebrations of Oman’s 52nd National Day.
The campaign will cover all Shell service stations, offering motorists an opportunity to be one of 52 winners of the grand prize of two MG5 cars, as well as 50 Shell V-Power fuel cards, each worth OMR 50, to experience Shell V-Power, our best performance fuel.
All that the customers need to do is simply fuel their vehicles with Shell V-Power, Shell Mogas 95, or Shell Mogas 91, for OMR 8 or more, to enter the draw. In order to enter the campaign draw, participating customers need to SMS the unique code on their receipt generated at Shell Oman’s point of sale machine to the mobile number 90171717. This will enable the entry to the campaign draw.
The 52nd National Day theme campaign is scheduled to run until December 8, and will have weekly draws for fuel cards, starting from November 1. The final draw, for the winners of two MG5 cars, will be held on December 20.
Highlighting the significance of the campaign for the customers, Khalid Al Awaisi, Mobility General Manager, Shell Oman, said “As the nation prepares to celebrate the 52nd National Day, we at Shell Oman want to make it special for our customers who play a pivotal role in our long and successful journey in the country. It is our expression of gratitude to our customers and a demonstration of our commitment to partner with the nation on our National Day.”
For more information on the ‘Fuel and Win’ campaign, please visit us at: www.shelloman.com.om
Fuel with Shell V-Power, Shell Mogas 95 or Shell Mogas 91 for 8 OMR or more and enter the draw for a chance to win 1 of 2 MG5 cars or 50 OMR Shell V-Power fuel card.
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About Shell Oman Marketing Company
Shell Oman Marketing Company is a publicly listed company on Muscat Securities Market. Shell Oman operates in a multi downstream-business structure providing Retail, Commercial, Lubricants, Marine, Bitumen and Aviation fuel products and services in Oman. The company owns and operates the only ISO-certified lubricants blending plant of its kind in Mina Al Fahal which produces Made-in-Oman Shell-branded lubricants for local and regional markets. Shell Oman excels in its commitment to local talent development, with almost 97% Omanisation rate across the workforce, including the senior management level. The Company works to meet the Sultanate’s growing energy demands, and contributing to its prosperity in an economically, environmentally and socially responsible manner, by operating safely and creating sustainable value for the Omani community.
Burair Al Lawati
GM – Corporate Relations and Business Development
Shell Oman Marketing Company
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