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MBRK, the premium men’s clothing brandlaunched an innovative promotion that surprised and delighted shoppers. 
Customers who purchased MBRK products were able to participate in a raffle draw offering six grand prizes of MacBooks that appeal to today’s millennials. In addition 20 customers received branded wrist watches. The winners were invited to a grand awards presentation to collect their prizes. They all qualified to participate in the raffle draw by simply purchasing MBRK products for Rs. 2,500 or more.
“I have been with Nolimit for the past 20 years. I have been a very regular customer of Nolimit and Glitz” said Stefan Rodrigo who was among the pleasantly surprised grand prize winners.
Shehan Slemmermann another delighted winner said “I came here to buy a shirt for my graduation and I won a MacBook.” 
Nolimit’s Marketing Manager Raneez Sheriff explained the objective of launching the MBRK brand to a discerning male audience that has made an impact among fashion conscious shoppers.  “We have over two decades of experience in developing and marketing fashionwear and are pleased to say that the MBRK promotion was a great success and helped us to reach out to a new target audience and enhance brand awareness by offering great value for money and quality that professionals seek. We are confident that MBRK will be the preferred choice among corporate professionals who are now more and more conscious about the value of dressing for success.”  
MBRK is a sought-after brand name among upwardly mobile corporate employees who know what is fashionable at work, and how to dress for success. MBRK creates that special aura of professionalism and style that appeals to the discerning tastes of top tier corporate executives with ambitious dreams and farsighted aspirations who are more concerned about quality and style rather than the price.

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