Shoprite Makes A Woman’s Dream Come True

Shoprite Makes A Woman’s Dream Come True

Shoprite Makes A Woman’s Dream Come True. The woman had her favourite moment recreated by one of the most influential supermarkets in South Africa.

One woman received an opportunity of a lifetime. The woman had her favourite moment recreated by one of the most influential supermarkets in South Africa. The tweep posted a picture of a couple with a huge amount of food having a picnic. She accompanied the picture saying that she craves the moment that the couple is having.

The woman then received a pretty good reply. Shoprite replied to her post saying that she doesn’t have to crave the scene. The supermarket even offered to help her recreate the moment. The supermarket said: “Hi @Maknazzi, we’re all about bringing people together and celebrating. We would like to help you recreate a le (this) scene oyibawelayo, for real with a R500 Shoprite voucher. Send us your contact details in our DM.”

Tweeps really loved the initiative that Shoprite was taking to make the young lady’s dream come true. Some tweeps asked for other parties to also offer something. One tweep says, “Let’s make it a R1000 Mr Price @MrPriceSport. One tweep says, “@PicknPay should come through as well.” One tweep says, “Everyone rushing to check if they have Shoprite plastic so they can take pictures.” One tweep says this is what she signed up for.

The tweep says, “This is the content I signed up for.” One tweep tagged Lerato Kganyago to taunt her about what she said about Shoprite. The tweep says, “@LeratoKganyago look at God mntakaBaba.” One tweep says, Good one @Shoprite_SA Yhaz some brands are missing out on golden opportunities apha (here) ku (on) twitter. Ive seen so many being mentioned, tagged, but dololo response or action. This is organic content.”

The tweet:

by Alexandra Ramaite

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