Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) says it has awarded over $4.4 million in cash and prizes in its Vax and Win promotion.

The campaign, which ran over nine weeks, allowed persons 18 years and older, who are vaccinated, either first or second dose to, register for a chance to win up to $200,000 in cash per week in addition to thousands of dollars in grocery and school supply vouchers.

To enter, persons are required to complete an online entry form available at for a chance to be one of five lucky weekly winners. So far, thousands of vaccinated persons have registered on the website.

SVL said it would continue to leverage its platform for the greater good of the nation.

“SVL is a deeply ingrained part of Jamaica, and we will use our platform and influence to assist in any way we can to fight COVID-19, which has taken so many Jamaican lives. We are proud that our campaign is gaining traction and will continue to push efforts to return to normalcy and public health safety,” SVL said in a statement.

As part of its activation, the company supported the MOH’s vaccination blitz on Friday, August 13, at a downtown Kingston SVL retailer where it funnelled all who had received the shot to sign up for Vax and Win.

And recently, SVREL partnered with the American Friends of Jamaica and the Southeast Regional Health Authority (SERHA) to host a three-day vaccination blitz for the residents of Portmore. Just over 2,000 persons were vaccinated with Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines from Tuesday, September 7 to Thursday, September 9.

SVREL, in a statement, said the sprawling Caymanas Park facility was an ideal location to host the hundreds of persons who visited the grounds daily and committed to continue to do what it can to support the national vaccine effort.