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“We said to ourselves: ‘Maybe a balloon, but we didn’t think about TV. Especially since we didn’t win anything.’ Monique and Gerard, aged 73 and 77 respectively, received a 109 cm Hitachi TV from the hands of the manager of the Intermarché store in Lisieux (Calvados) .
This gem of technology is the grand prize of the game organized in the framework of Euro 2021 by the Intermarché department store in Lisieux in partnership with the newspaper Le Pays d’Auge.
The grandson leaves with a balloon
You got the opportunity – and the supermarket management – right. In fact, not only the Lexoviens couple are among the loyal customers of the store, but, moreover, director Serge Yon presented a balloon to their grandson.
A fan of the ball and Marseille In addition, 10-year-old Nathan crossed his fingers that Grandma would win … FFF football, one of the participating awards. Suddenly, Grandma hopes to win … the ball.
“When I told him I won TV, he said, ‘What about my ball? . . . said before the manager rushes to his store to get him one.
They knew one channel TV التلفزيون
FHD, Led, Wifi, Android OK Google, IPS, Edge… The lucky winners who experienced only one-channel TV said they were happy to face the logos and indicators that appear on the packaging box. They left assured: Nathan would explain to them.
The Euro 2021 match was presented in the form of coupons cut into each Friday edition of the Pays d’Aug, from the start of the Euro until the day France lost in the Round of 16. Temporary disappointment for Serge Yoon who hopes to win again in the next World Cup.
For this reason, the store Intermarché, the official partner of the French team, will organize a new game to match the event. “There are ideas in the boxes,” the director revealed.
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