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Mahapola Lotto partners with Laugfs Supermarkets


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Mahapola Lotto exchange newly signed partnership agreement with LAUGFS Supermarkets representatives. From left: A. Wickramage, Chief Operating Officer LAUGFS Supermarkets, Ravindra Dahanayake, CEO/Director - LAUGFS Supermarkets, Dr. Wickrama Weerasooriya, Trustee Mahapola Higher Education Scholarship Trust Fund, Ling Chui Zhen and Connie Yong Ling Sieng representing Mahapola Lotto

Continuing its rapid expansion drive, lotteries innovator Mahapolo Lotto has taken another giant leap forward in its growth, partnering with Laugfs Supermarket outlets to deploy the tamperproof Mahapola Lotto ticket machines across all 35 of its store locations. As a result, all Laugfs Supermarkets will soon start carrying the entire range of Mahapolo Lotto products.

Now, any visitor to Laugfs Supermarkets, while buying their groceries, can simply narrate their lucky number picks to the Laugfs cashier serving their checkout line.

And, in an instant, purchase their preferred Mahapola Lotto product, be it M4D, M Lotto, M Lotto Plus or Super M Lotto. This is also more in line with international markets where Lotto ticket machines are accessible at every supermarket, convenience store and grocery store, making the decision to purchase more convenient for customers.

At the same time, adding the 35 Laugfs Supermarket outlets to the Mahapola Lotto network, it will go a long way towards generating additional awareness for Mahapola Lotto’s very important customer promises of “pick your own lucky numbers” and highest-ever jackpots.

Mahapola Lotto also notes that it continues to make excellent progress in its important social mission of facilitating increased higher education opportunities, which is of great benefit to families of underprivileged students. This is achieved, most notably, through ongoing, and significant, contributions to the government-administered Mahapola Higher Education Scholarship Trust Fund.


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