Intending to give back to its customers, Sol Guyana offered cash and other prizes totalling over $2 million. This promotion is open to all drivers filling up with Shell fuels including Shell V-Power, Shell FuelSave and Shell Diesel.Sol wraps up customers’ Christmas promotionRenée Armstrong-Joseph, Sales Executive – Retail of Sol Guyana Inc, the licensed operator of Shell Service Stations, said there was no better time for Sol Guyana to help meet the needs of loyal customers, than around the Christmas season.Armstrong-Joseph indicated that the Christmas prizes, including a Grand Prize of $1 million, second prize of $500,000, and third prize of $250,000, would go a long way to meet needs and make Christmas truly merry for deserving customers.“Our promotion is ‘Win all you need for Christmas’, it started on the 4th of November and it ended yesterday the 20th of December, and basically you are winning all your needs. We had fuel, groceries, cash, we had a gift, of course, and today is our big draw”, she said.She further said: “We know that Christmas is a time of year when everyone can benefit from a little extra help and we look forward to rewarding deserving customers with prizes that will do just that, including generous cash prizes to make Christmas 2019 merry and memorable,” Armstrong-Joseph said.Customers spending $3000 on Shell FuelSave, Shell V-Power or Shell Diesel were eligible for the grand prize or any of the weekly prizes. Additionally, customers who spent $5000 in Shell fuels during the weekly Happy Hours benefited from additional chances to win prizes of free groceries, cash, Sol Gas and Shell Fuel and Shell Christmas gifts.Armstrong-Joseph said Sol was steadfastly passionate about offering quality, high-performance fuels which have proven reliable to its customers. She encouraged new customers to also try their range of Shell V-Power, Shell FuelSave and Shell Diesel fuels.Meanwhile after the final draw, Xavier Mann bagged the $1 million prize while Vidawattie Sukhraj secured the $500,000 prize and Clay Flatis walked away with the $250,000.