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After a fulfilling and rewarding business relationship in 2015, frontline brewing giant, Nigerian Breweries is set to reward its distributors and trade partners spread across the country.
The Company in a statement by its Corporate Affairs Adviser, Mr. Kufre Ekanem, said the event is scheduled to hold on Friday, March 4th, 2016 at Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos. The Award, according to the statement, will be given to Distributors and Key Transporters of the company who excelled in the cause of their business partnerships with NB Plc. In 2015,

According to him, the award, which will be preceded by a Distributors Business Meeting, was conceived to recognize and reward the excellent performance of the company’s distributors and transporters for the year 2015. The awards, he added, would also provide the platform to evaluate the previous year’s business performance and communicate new business strategies to distributors.

The awards categories include: National Volume Champion; National Volume Champion (1st & 2nd Runner Up); Regional Champions; Regional Volume Champion – 1st Runner Up; Regional Volume Champion – 2nd Runner Up

Other categories are: Millionaire Club (SKDs who achieved btw 1m and 1.99m cases); Millionaire Club (SKDs who achieved btw 2m and 2.99m cases); and Millionaire Club (SKDs who achieved 3m cases and above

Prizes to be carted home by the lucky distributors will include: Brand new Mercedes Benz truck, Mitsubishi Canter trucks; Mitsubishi L200 double cabin; Forklifts; Sound proof generating Sets; cash rewards and several free cartons of Nigerian Breweries Products.
Ekanem explained that apart from rewarding the distributors, the night would be an exceptional one as it promises to be an exciting one.
It will be recalled that year, Ifeoma Chukwuka Nigeria Limited, having sold the highest number of Nigerian Breweries products, emerged the best distributor back to back having won the same award in 2013 and 2014 in the National Champions Award category.

Nigeria Breweries Plc, the pioneer and largest brewing company in Nigeria was incorporated in 1946 and recorded a landmark when the first bottle of Star Lager beer rolled off the bottling lines in its Lagos Brewery in June 1949.