First Haval H6 winner revealed
Raymond Forbes (right), winner in the Supreme Wheels Haval H6 promotion, shares a moment with Dwayne Tulloch, senior vice-president of retail and customer operations at Supreme Ventures Limited.

Always confident that he would win one of the brand new GWM Haval H6s available as the top prize on the Supreme Wheels ticket, Raymond Forbes of St. Ann was ecstatic but not shocked when he became the first lucky winner to "scratch de car".

The Supreme Wheels promotion gives customers who purchase the new Supreme Scratchaz Supreme Wheels ticket the chance to instantly win one of several 2024 GWM Haval H6s from Stewart's Automotive Group. It is the first time Supreme Ventures (SVL) introduced a non-cash top prize on one of its games.

"When I first heard about the Supreme Wheels promotion, I told myself I would win one of them. I even went online and did research on the Haval H6, and I was even more sure that I wanted one. I loved the features," recounted Forbes during the official handover of the vehicle.

Dwayne Tulloch, senior VP retail and customer operations at SVL, was excited to present the Haval H6 to the first Supreme Wheels winner.

Timothy Stewart (left), brand sales manager, Stewart's Automotive, presents the keys for the brand new Haval H6 to the lucky recipient, Raymond Forbes, during the handover ceremony of the Supreme Wheels promotion on Tuesday.

"Owning a car, particularly a brand-new premium vehicle, is one of the ultimate dreams of many Jamaicans. It's a great feeling to have that dream come true for our first winne. He is very elated with the vehicle and that's just what we were expecting to achieve when we decided to have a car as the top prize, " said Tulloch.

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