Bronx, NY Two lucky Golden Krust customers will enjoy a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year thanks to the nation's largest franchise chain who in partnership with Courts Caribbean store in Brooklyn gave away a 50 inch Samsung Plasma TV and a Sony home theatre system to winners of the Surf N Win online game just in time for the holidays.
Presentations were made on Friday December 17th at a Customer Appreciation event held at the Courts outlet located at 2822 Church Ave in Brooklyn. Golden Krust's Marketing & PR Manager Candice Richards, Courts Regional Director - Alex Cassillas and Store Manager Ulysses Sanchez, were in attendance to hand over the awards to Suzette Thomson and Danielle Gaye who both reside in Brooklyn. The winners could not contain their joy and thankfulness to Golden Krust and Courts for staging the online competition. I always shop at Golden Krust and buy a dozen patties and now I will be a customer for life said Suzette Simpson winner of the home theatre system which is valued at over $250 dollars. Danielle Gaye who won the 50 inch plasma TV valued at over $700 dollars said I am going to have to make space in my apartment for this giant TV, but I am so happy to have won.
Golden Krust promoted the on-line game called Surf n Win during the months of September and October this year. Customers had the opportunity to log on to the company's website and try their luck at winning thousands of free gifts including beef patties, Squeezer juices donated by Northshore Bottling Company, Golden Krust pens, t-shirts and cups. Hundreds of customers played the on-line game and won these cool prizes. A laptop computer also donated by Courts was won early in the competition by Stanley Wilson of Manhattan and presented in October at the Golden Krust located at 2846 Church Ave, in Brooklyn.
Golden Krust Bakery & Grill, Inc., www.goldenkrustbakery.com , is a Caribbean food chain. Founded in 1989 by Lowell Hawthorne. Golden Krust is headquartered in Bronx, NY and has 120 restaurants located in nine US states.
Courts Caribbean, is the first Courts store in the United States to serve Caribbean immigrants living in the US, who wish to send gifts to family members in their countries of birth. The store gives these descendants access to a simple commercial mechanism: the customer visits the store where products are exhibited, chooses the item or items he or she would like to send; Courts then delivers to their family members through its stores or warehouses located throughout the Caribbean