Renowned Zimbabwean Lifestyle Blogger, MiMi of ‘Kicking it With Mimi’ says that she is thrilled about her recent appointment as the newest brand ambassador of one of Africa’s top luxury rewards programmes, Legacy Lifestyle.
Mimi joins an elite club of ambassadors for the organisation which includes fellow Zimbabwean Vimbai Mutinhiri, South African Olympic champion, Ryk Neethling, and Bafana Bafana soccer player, Tsepo Masilela.
Legacy Lifestyle has established itself not only as a high-end programme where members enjoy rewards simply for spending but also as a network of members with similar luxurious tastes and lifestyles. With over 200 partners in South Africa and a membership of 700 ,000 members. The programme has now extended its offerings to Zimbabwe as the brand expands across the continent.
Legacy Lifestyle recently launched in Zimbabwe, at an exclusive event hosted at Monomotapa in February and attended by entrepreneurs, retailers and tourism movers and shakers as well as Africa’s top Olympic medalist of all time, Kirsty Coventry.
The Legacy Group now manages 5 tourism properties in Zimbabwe (Monomotapa, Elephant Hills, Kingdom, Troutbeck and Hwange Safari Lodge) all of which were the first to offer Legacy Lifestyle rewards in Zimbabwe. The programme will be adding other partners in the coming months for the Zimbabwean market.
The amazing thing about MiMi’s appointment is that she self-propelled her self to stardom using blogging as her tool. She is the only blogger among the ambassadors.
Her award-winning blog, Kicking It With Mimi, has established iteslf a leading platform covering lifestyle developments in Zimbabwe and Africa.
MiMi told Zimbo Jam that she was looking forward to working with the lifestyle brand and said, “If ever there were brands so well suited and almost destined to collaborate, it would be Legacy Lifestyle and Kicking It with Mimi. Luxury connoisseurs and the epitome of all things luxury and Africa. I am honoured and thrilled about this new chapter with Africa’s premier lifestyle brand.”