By News Express on 20/12/2015
FIFTY: The Movie, the wave-making offering from Mo Abdu’s EbonyLife Films, is out in cinemas nationwide less than a week after its acclaimed world premiere at EKO Hotel & Suites, Lagos. It hit the cinemas on Friday, December 18.
EbonyLife Films is offering a car and other big prizes as part of its strategy to get people to troop to the cinemas to watch the film. It said in a statement in Lagos: “When you buy a cinema ticket to watch FIFTY: The Movie, you could be in with a chance to win big prizes, we’re talking the type of prizes to make you the envy of all your friends and family this holiday season!
“These prizes include trips to Kenya, Mauritius, Seychelles, London and Dubai courtesy WAKANOW! Plus 32” flat screen TV screens courtesy KONGA, Shopping Vouchers worth N50,000 courtesy Spar Park ‘n’ Shop, and many more!!! And the GRAND PRIZE…? Wait for it …! A BRAND NEW Mercedes Benz B Class courtesy Skymit Motors!”
On other treats in store, EbonyLife Films said: “Be amongst the first 50 people to watch FIFTY for the next 50 days and win a FREE MEAL at Sweet Sensation or Domino’s Pizza in the amazing offer we’ve tagged, “50 prizes for 50 days”.
It, however, warned that only vouchers bought from accredited cinemas nationwide from December 18, 2015 till February 12, 2016 are valid for the draws.
FIFTY is available for viewing at the following accredited cinemas: Filmhouse Cinemas in Surulere and Apapa in Lagos; Samonda and Dugbe in Ibadan; Port Harcourt, Calabar, Akure and Kano. Others include Genesis Deluxe cinemas at The Palms Shopping Mall, Lekki, Port Harcourt, Enugu, City Mall and Genesis Ceddi, Abuja.
Source News Express
Posted 20/12/2015 03:07:50 AM
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