Environmental initiative O! Millionaire holds first draw
MUSCAT: Environmental initiative O! Millionaire’s first draw got off to a great start with it picking 61 winners and one winner who won a guaranteed sum of RO 10,000. The show was aired LIVE on O! Millionaire’s social media pages (Instagram, YouTube channel, Facebook and Twitter) and website. The draw will be held every Thursday on these media platforms every week.
To take part in the draw, participants have to visit https://omillionaire-mediacenter.com/ website and purchase a green certificate worth RO 2.5. The green certificate will entitle them to an entry for a draw which can win them prizes up to RO 5 million. The certificate gives participants two chances to win, one is the raffle that pays out one winner RO 10,000 every week and the draw that can win them prizes up to OMR 5 million.
A spokesperson for Millionaire Investment LLC said, “For just RO 2.5 participants can win different amount of cash prizes every week. If a grand prize winner is not picked in a draw, every week a sum of RO 50,000 will be added to the prize sum. We won’t have a mega winner till it reaches RO 10,000,000 or someone wins it. We are pleased with the response we received at the first O! Millionaire draw. Those purchasing green certificates worth RO 2.5 can participate in the draw which will be held every Thursday.”
Winner of prize money RO 10,000 Courtney Chadwick, a South African national who has been a resident of Oman for the last four years said, “I was very excited and a little shell shocked. I am still in disbelief as I did not expect to win.”
She plans to invest mostly in education for her children and donate part of it for animal rights.
Millionaire Investment LLC recently launched O! Millionaire with an objective to transform lives, plant trees and make Oman a happier place. O! Millionaire green certificate will create opportunities for winning and will contribute towards the country’s efforts to reduce carbon footprint, Vision 2040 in alignment with the United Nation’s 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. A tree-planting programme which is part of the initiative will support Oman’s efforts towards climate action and food security. To promote Oman as a natural sanctuary, the initiative will also create an Oasis Park – Middle East’s largest green park.