N$1 million in kitchen appliances up for grabs in Coca-Cola competition

Windhoek – N$1million in kitchen appliances will be up for grabs from August to October in a competition run by Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) in Namibia, including 20 stoves, 20 fridges, 20 freezers and 1 750 meal vouchers.

To enter, consumers simply buy any 2L, 1.25L or 600ml plastic bottle of Coca-Cola, Coke No Sugar, Fanta, Twist, Sparletta or Stoney, check under the yellow cap found on participating products and SMS the unique code under the cap to 45845 to stand a chance to win one of the incredible prizes.

“With this promotion we are encouraging consumers to buy more for the whole family and stay refreshed this summer,” said CCBA in Namibia General Manager, Pottie de Bruyn.

“At CCBA, we are passionate about partnering for growth with our customers through service excellence and providing products that meet consumer preferences,” said de Bruyn.    

“When you purchase a Coca-Cola product you can take pride in the fact that it is locally produced, contributing to investment and job creation in the Namibian economy that creates opportunity for communities,” said de Bruyn.

“Also, our aim is to create greater shared opportunity for the business and the communities we serve across the value-chain. Opportunity is more than just money, it’s about a better future for people and their communities everywhere on the African continent.”

“Ultimately, our vision is to refresh Africa every day and make the continent a better place for all,” said de Bruyn.

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