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Vivo Energy Opens Its 250th Shell Service Station In Kenya

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Vivo Energy Kenya (VEK), the company that distributes and markets Shell-branded fuels and lubricants in the country, has officially opened its 250th Shell service Station – Shell Kamakis service station located on the Eastern Bypass and unveiled a national consumer promotion to reward and appreciate consumers.

The twelve-week promotion, dubbed ‘Jaza Raha Na Shell, Shinda Nyumba,’ will see consumers win various prizes daily, weekly, and monthly. The participating brands in this promotion are Shell FuelSave Unleaded, Shell FuelSave Diesel, Shell V-Power, and all Shell Lubricants available at Shell services stations and spare-parts shops countrywide.

“The Jaza Raha Na Shell, Shinda Nyumba promotion affirms our commitment to our customers, who are the key drivers of the transport industry. We want to give them a head start getting into the festive spirit by appreciating and rewarding them with prizes that will boost their economic livelihoods,” said Hans Paulsen, Vivo Energy Executive Vice President East and South regions.

To participate, consumers will receive a scratch card to reveal an alphanumeric code upon purchasing Shell Fuels or Shell Lubricants. The Consumers will then dial *384*300#, text the code to follow the prompts, and input the code. Consumers will be notified of their entry to the promotion.

For eligibility to participate, motorcyclists will be required to spend a minimum of Ksh300, while motor vehicle drivers will be required to spend a minimum of Ksh1000.

The grand prize winner for the ‘Jaza Raha Na Shell, Shinda Nyumba’ will receive a three-bedroomed house, and the second biggest winner will drive off with an Isuzu NMR Truck.

In addition to the festivities connected to the promotion, Vivo Energy Kenya is celebrating the opening of Shell Kamakis service station, the 250th service station in its retail network.

The fully-fledged service station, which has a capacity to pump 450,000 litres of fuel per month, is strategically positioned to capitalize on the Eastlands and Eastern bypass traffic market.

“Convenience Retailing (CR) is a key growth pillar for Vivo Energy Kenya.  With a focus on the growing number of consumers in Kenya who have an affinity for quality brands, Shell Kamakis will house several reputable entities in the financial, health, and quick service restaurants sectors, providing both motorists and shoppers the opportunity to experience all round quality services at the service station,” the company said in a statement.

Speaking on the official service station opening, Vivo Energy Executive Vice-President East and South Regions, Hans Paulsen said that the company is always looking to implement new avenues to ensure our customers’ convenience is addressed, whenever they visit Shell service stations.

“We are excited by this opportunity to open this new location. The availability of several complementary functions including restaurants, banking facilities, a satellite hospital, drycleaner and a convenience store at this outlet provides a holistic and improved customer experience. The establishment is a prime example of like-minded companies coming together with the primary objective of providing customer-centric solutions for their customers,” said Mr Paulsen.

Read: Shell targets upmarket Lavington population with new convenience block

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