Flour Mills rewards top performing dealers

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Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc (FMN) through its Golden Penny brand, celebrated the exemplary performance of its top dealers at the Annual B2C Sales and Marketing Conference held in Lagos.

The Company awarded the dealers impressive cash prizes totalling N60 million.

The spotlight of the evening was the grand awards ceremony, where exemplary dealers were bestowed with prestigious accolades.

The company said that the recognition exemplifies FMN’s commitment to nurturing strong partnerships and fostering a culture of excellence within the industry.

Leading the awardees was Alhaji. Idris Saleh, who emerged as the overall B2C dealer and earned a remarkable prize of N25 million for any CSR project of his choice. Following closely behind, Alhaji. Abbas Yahaya Isah of Alkanawi Global Ventures, emerging as the 1st runner-up B2C dealer, receiving a commendable prize of N20 million CSR project. Alhaji. Lamidi Monsuru Ayoade of Ejide Ayinde Ventures emerged as the 2nd runner-up B2C dealer, with a N15 million naira for his CSR project.

A statement by the company noted that the  FMN Group acknowledges the pivotal role played by its partners and dealers in upholding food security and stability across the Nation. Their tireless dedication ensures the continued accessibility of high-quality, locally sourced food products to consumers throughout Nigeria, contributing significantly to the overall well-being of the populace.

The Annual B2C Sales and Marketing Conference stands as a testament to FMN’s unwavering commitment to excellence, innovation, and collaborative partnership. As the company continues to chart new horizons in the ever-evolving landscape of the food industry, it remains steadfast in its mission to empower and recognise the invaluable contributions of its esteemed partners and dealers.

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