Kumi branch is one of the best in the whole Eastern region. (1)

What better way to say ‘Thank You’ to your friends with some gifts! This is exactly what Fortebet, now Uganda’s biggest betting company, did for its customers in the districts of Soroti and Kumi.

Like it has done elsewhere, Fortebet reached out to these customers, thanking them for making the betting company their Number One choice and also giving back to them.

8 customers got jerseys at Soroti market branch

A lot of gifts were given out to the happy customers, which included: team jerseys for the customers’ favourite clubs in Europe, Fortebet T-shirts, caps, pens and wrist bands. The gifts were given out in all the five branches of Fortebet in Soroti and Kumi branch over the weekend.

These five customers at Soroti market branch took home T-shirts

John Nanyumba, Fortebet’s media manager, while handing over the gifts at Soroti, said: “Fortebet is a people company. That is the main reason we are here today. We have not only come to chat with you but every giving you some gifts to say, thank you.”

Every customer that was found at any of these six branches received at least one of the above mentioned gifts.

“This is something that rarely happens in betting houses. I feel so happy because this is like a net profit I have earned from Fortebet. This is why Fortebet has become the best betting company because no other company can do this gift giving in big numbers like you have done. Thank you,” Denis. O, one of the customers that was found at Soroti Market branch said.

Kumi deputy branch manager, Simon Peter Lukwago handing over the balls to the kids at Kumi primary school

One the other hand, Fortebet is committed to ensuring the discovery and supporting of talents. In that respect, it gave out new balls to kids in this area as well.

Richard Ochom, a team captain of a community team that plays at Kumi Primary school, while receiving the balls on behalf of his teammates, thanked Fortebet for thinking about them, noting that this was the first time they were going to play a new ball and meant for kids. The handover of balls was done by Kumi assistant branch manager, Simon Peter Lukwago