WASSERBILLIG, Luxembourg — The most recent pjur Gold prizewinner is Joachim from Germany, the company announced.
The winner wrote in a letter that he would use his 20-gram gold bar to make his one-year-old granddaughter’s wish come true. “Many thanks to the whole pjur team. I’m going to use the gold to buy something nice for my little granddaughter. And I’ll save the rest for a rainy day,” Joachim said.
“It is lovely to see the different ways in which the gold bars, worth over 700 euros, have been used across the globe. Our winners have bought auto-tuning, a lorry driver’s license, a new camera and much more besides,” CEO Alexander Giebel said.
He added, “But this isn’t the only reason that we award gold as a prize. Gold stands for quality, value and purity. All of this is consistent with our products and the pjur philosophy on which all of it is based. This is why we believe that a gold bar is the perfect prize for thanking all our customers.”
Pjur noted that it guarantees that no child labor or mining technologies harmful to the environment were used to extract and process the prize gold bars.
New winners drawn last week included Samantha from New York, Nic from Carlton, Australia, and Susi from Duisburg,Germany.
Go for Gold party packages and gift cards were awarded to Chained Desires from Baltimore, Sex4Fun LDA from Portugal, and Adultshop Tasmania from Australia.