Next Radio empowers families with back-to-school giveaways

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Next Radio empowers families with back-to-school giveaways
Winners of the Next Radio back to school dash.

To support families gearing up for the new school year, Next Radio recently launched an exciting initiative that has left listeners joyful.

Throughout January, eager participants had the chance to snag a free back-to-school shopping spree, courtesy of 106.1 Next Radio and Eco Mart Supermarket.

The response was overwhelming, with numerous hopefuls vying for the coveted opportunity.

Ultimately, two lucky winners emerged triumphant: Armstrong Amwiine and Daniel Rwothomio, who dashed through Eco Mart Supermarket, filling their carts with essentials in a heart-pounding 1-minute-and-6-second spree each on Thursday, February 1st.

"At Next Radio, we are passionate about supporting individuals striving to achieve a brighter future for themselves and their loved ones. Recognizing the growing challenges associated with financing education today, we are committed to alleviating some of these burdens and empowering our listeners to pursue their dreams," Timothy Bhatia, Next Radio Brand Manager.

But their commitment goes beyond shopping. In collaboration with Fin Fort Limited, Next Radio is offering parents and guardians a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to win school fees for their children in the 'School Fees Bonanza with FinFort.'

By tuning in to the Morning Switch and Tranzit shows, callers can participate in engaging quizzes about FinFort. Those who answer correctly stand the chance to win invaluable assistance with school fees, providing much-needed relief for families navigating the financial demands of education.

Through initiatives like the back-to-school shopping dash and the School Fees Bonanza, Next Radio strives to make a meaningful difference in listeners' lives, helping pave the way for a brighter and more prosperous future.

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