Mohammed Abdul Rajak, of Buywell Day-Today, Dalmarnock Road, Glasgow, has won a year’s supply of cereal courtesy of Kellogg’s.
Rajak won the prize in a promotion run by Unitas Wholesale as part of the cereal brand’s celebration of 20 years of supporting breakfast clubs. The promotion offered independent retailers the chance to win a year’s supply of breakfast cereal to donate to a club of their choice.
Rajak donated the prize to Baltic Street Adventure Playground and said that it was an excellent way to “help support the local community through the After School Club which provides meals for disadvantaged families in the area.”
Robert Kennedy, project co-ordinator of Baltic Street Adventure Playground expressed his appreciation for the donation which he said will “certainly help a lot of people.”
Anita Oakhill, marketing controller, Unitas Wholesale said: “We are delighted to have played a part in supporting Kellogg’s long-standing initiative to help develop breakfast clubs across the UK.”