DHL delivers the ultimate DHL Stormers’ fan prize


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DHL Express announced the first winner in their DHL WP Faithful competition this past week. Alana Davids from Southfield in the Western Cape won a trip for two to watch the DHL Stormers in action in Australia or New Zealand in 2015.

The DHL WP Faithful campaign, which kicked off in February, called on DHL Stormers supporters to sign up to play for great weekly prizes such as signed jerseys, tickets to the game, exclusive game day experiences etc. The grand prize was one of two trips for two to Australia of New Zealand in 2015 – each time players accumulated 100 points, they would get an entry into the grand prize draw.

DHL Winner
DHL Winner

An unsuspecting Alana received the news early on Wednesday morning and was told to wait at her residence for a special surprise. DHL Stormers Captain Jean De Villiers arrived at her home to fetch her and her husband for a surprise afternoon – a limousine ride to the DHL Express office in Cape Town where a small handover ceremony took place, followed by a celebratory lunch at a nearby hotel.

DHL Stormers Winner
DHL Stormers Winner

Charles Brewer, Managing Director for DHL Express Sub Saharan said, “We’re very happy to deliver this amazing prize to Alana – the idea behind the campaign is to reward the DHL Stormers and DHL WP supporters in a tangible way, for showing their commitment, passion and dedication to the team and Alana is definitely a worthy winner.”

“I would also like to thank the rest of the supporters who took part in the competition. We delivered hundreds of prizes throughout the season, and we look forward to starting all over again when the Currie Cup starts,” adds Brewer.

The competition will resume for the Currie Cup season and supporters will have the chance to win great weekly prizes plus the last trip for two to Australia or New Zealand will be up for grabs. The final grand prize winner will be announced at the end of the Currie Cup season so sign up now for your chance to win.

Visit to start winning or follow #dhlwpfaithful for the latest news.

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  1. LOL what could Cheetahs offer?
    Broke as a joke with half the team migrating over the plains to ZeeBulls.
    KFC supper for two with NakaDrotske.

  2. Was it ever in doubt from which “community” the winner will come from? Hope she has her spannish passport ready…

  3. If the competition was in Pa-toria, the winner would have been a khaki-clad vat oke with a beard (and a castle behind his back).
    When I was at varsity in Skelmbosch way back, there was a lucky draw at one of the games at Coetzenburg for a Nissan 1400 bakkie. It was not a surprise when the winner announced during the break was Dawie Snyman (on behalf of Maties klub). Yeah right…