Ooredoo has announced a new competition for members of its loyalty programme, Nojoom, to celebrate the IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019 with Ooredoo as the national partner.
The Nojoom Quiz of the Day Competition will run from September 27 until October 6, giving Nojoom members the chance to win 150,000 Nojoom points every day of the tournament by answering a quiz question via the app, the company has said in a statement.
The Nojoom Quiz of the Day will ask members one question each day of the tournament, and all correct entries from that day will go into a daily draw
from which three lucky winners will be selected at random to win 150,000 Nojoom points each, the statement notes.
There will be a new quiz question posted every day of the tournament and members may attempt to answer the question only once. Winners will be
announced the following day, with Thursday and Friday winners being announced the following Sunday, via the Ooredoo website.
Manar Khalifa al-Muraikhi, director of PR and Corporate Communications at Ooredoo, said: “We are beyond proud that the IAAF World Athletics Championship event is coming to Doha, and that we are the national partner. To celebrate this momentous occasion in our sporting history, we’re delighted to offer this exciting competition to our valued Nojoom members to thank them for their loyalty to Ooredoo.
"We look forward to an amazing tournament and wish everyone the very best of luck with each day’s quiz!”
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