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COCA-COLA OFFERS 60-SECOND TROLLEY DASH IN WEEKLY PROMOTION

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Coca-Cola Marketing Activations Manager for Zambia and, Malawi, Takunda Jinda and Zambian Breweries Marketing Manager Mambo Mwiimbu (centre) with trolley dash launch winners.
Coca-Cola Marketing Activations Manager for Zambia and, Malawi, Takunda Jinda and Zambian Breweries Marketing Manager Mambo Mwiimbu (centre) with trolley dash launch winners.

Shoppers just need to buy any of the company’s products to try their luck for a place in the K3,000 supermarket sweeps

Coca-Cola is offering the country’s shopping public a rare opportunity to win a trolley dash and grab as many groceries as possible in 60 seconds.
All customers have to do to be in with a chance of taking part in one of the exciting supermarket sweeps is buy any Coca-Cola product and check the code inside the bottle cap.
A weekly promotion will be conducted at the Zambian Breweries offices in the presence of internal auditors, giving a total of 200 shoppers the opportunity to race their wheels around selected supermarkets for 60 seconds to fill a trolley of shopping for free. The lucky winners will have just one remaining hurdle before they speed their trolley through the checkout – and that’s to make sure that a Coca-Cola product was on their shopping list, as they need to include an item from the company’s range and load it into their trolley with the rest of their goods within the allotted time.

Coca-Cola Marketing Activations Manager for Zambia and, Malawi, Takunda Jinda, Zambian Breweries Marketing Manager Mambo Mwiimbu (centre), and Coca-Cola Operations Marketing Manager for Zambia Makusi Makani, with trolley dash launch winners journalist Limbikani Msambe and wholesaler Gladys Nyeleti.
Coca-Cola Marketing Activations Manager for Zambia and, Malawi, Takunda Jinda, Zambian Breweries Marketing Manager Mambo Mwiimbu (centre), and Coca-Cola Operations Marketing Manager for Zambia Makusi Makani, with trolley dash launch winners journalist Limbikani Msambe and wholesaler Gladys Nyeleti.

The promotion starts on October 10, 2016, and will run until December 31, 2016. Any purchase of the following will qualify: Coca-Cola, Coke Zero, Coke Light, Fanta, Sprite, Sparletta Creme Soda, Stoney or Lemon Twist, in 300ml and two-litre form. Promotional packs can be spotted by their lime-green flashes.
After purchase, the code can be found inside the crown or closure and should then be texted to 3232. Each week, 15 consumers will be selected to participate in the trolley dash. A number of runner-up prizes in the shape of talk time courtesy of Instant Airtime will also be distributed.
Zambian Breweries marketing manager Mambo Mwiimbu said: “It brings us great pleasure to host consumer promotions such as this because it is new, unique and lots of fun. We know that our products are enjoyed by many sections of society, and the Coca-Cola trolley dash is a prize that will surely appeal to the hearts of all shoppers.”

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Zambians will not even go for high end expensive goods. They will Just rush to get basic needs because things are bad under pf. Insala pafula

    • I spend £300 on food each week.

      This is poverty and all the women in the pictures are Obese

      A place called the gym?

      Thanks

      BB2014

    • Kikiki mushota atishani. 300 pounds that is money most Zambians will never see in lifetime at one go. We had opportunity under hh but as usual the evil pf thugs stole his victory

  2. Your thinking is criminal ba sir. You are always looking getting maximum reeping with little effort like your devil hechihechi. Its just a game. Ba NEZ you want to lift even the fridges full of merchandise.

  3. Its 2016 and such outdated demeaning competitions still exist…if you want give money away just give them vouchers!!

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