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Sun Meropa’s Public Relations and Promotions Manager Raksha Gunpath, winner Vanessa Sylvester, Public Relations and Promotions Coordinator Matjatji Harpestad and Gaming Manager Rave Moodley. Photo: Supplied

Brand new wheels for proud winner at Sun Meropa Casino

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Polokwane resident, Vanessa Sylvester won a brand new Renault Kwid in Sun Meropa Casino’s Sizzling Stakes Midway Car Draw on 30 November 2018. In addition, R50 000 in cash and R80 000 worth of Sun Xtra Play was shared between other lucky winners.
On 31 December 2018, a brand new Mercedes Benz as well as a share of R100 000 in cash will be given away during the Sizzling Stakes final car draw. Guests who have earned 650 points from 1 November to 07:00 on 31 December will qualify for a ticket. The top three overall point earners during the promotional period will be guaranteed a place in the final draw.
In total, there is R1,1 million, including cash, cars and Sun Xtra play to be won by 31 December 2018. Sun MVG members who have earned 60 points playing their favourite casino games at Sun Meropa Casino between 1 and 30 November at 07:00 will qualify for the midway car draw. Silver and Gold cardholders will need to earn five points to be in the running for a share of the
R30 000 in Sun Xtra Play and Diamond and Platinum card holders will need to earn 15 points to stand a chance of winning a share of R50 000 in Sun Xtra Play. Sizzling Stakes is exclusive to Sun MVG members. All members of Sun International’s Sun MVG Programme can be part of the promotions by playing their favourite slots and table games to earn points for draw tickets.
About Sun International
The Sun International brand has a proud legacy in the gaming, hospitality and entertainment sector. Its superior hotels and resorts portfolio makes it a recognized premium brand. The Sun International Group has a diverse portfolio of assets including world class five star hotels, modern and well located casinos, and some of the world’s premier resorts. Its destinations offer experiential luxury, enduring quality and incredible adventure, supported by an authentic dedication to personal service.
Today, Sun International is one of Africa’s largest tourism, leisure and gaming groups and operates or has an interest in a total of 18 resorts, luxury hotels and casinos. Its entry into Latin America began in Chile in 2008 and has been a success story for the group, giving them the track record and confidence to look for more opportunities that offer gaming opportunities in the region. Sun International’s real competitive advantage stems from the fact that it has a compelling and global competence in both the development and operation of casinos, hotels and resorts – and at the same time they are extremely comfortable operating in emerging markets.
The group’s approach has been to differentiate its hotels, resorts and casinos in architecture, service, experience, location and the mix of entertainment and activities. Creating lasting memories for guests and customers is a core part of their DNA. Sun International has created some of the world’s most iconic hotels ranging from The Palace of the Lost City at Sun City to The Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town. The creative architecture of these properties and the blending of their designs with their local environment make each property unique.
Sun International is the pioneer of gaming in Southern Africa, having brought casinos to this part of the world in the late 1970s. The opening of Sun City set the standard for large-scale international events in South Africa, which continues today. Sun City is also home to the Nedbank Golf Challenge which has attracted the world’s best golfers for over two decades. From the hosting of Miss South Africa to World Heavyweight title fights, the Sun City Superbowl remains the preferred venue for international events and entertainment.
Sun International places a strong emphasis on being responsible corporate citizens through its contributions and commitment to the economy, communities and the environment. They are committed to the development of all their employees.

Story: BARRY VILJOEN
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