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Quench your thirst this Diwali

Motibhai Group
Friday, October 13, 2017

THERE is no doubt that Sprint has become a household name in Fiji and other Pacific Island nations with its refreshing taste which comes in delectable flavours since 1999 when the brand was introduced in the market.

Riding on the back of huge support and patronage from customers in Fiji and across the Pacific, Sprint has effectively become part of many celebrations with its refreshing taste and assorted flavours to suit everyone.

Whether it's a birthday party, gathering of friends, or any special occasion, Sprint is already the preferred drink of choice for majority of Fijians across the country while gaining new fans rapidly in the greater Pacific region.

Available in 350ml, 500ml, 1litre, 2.5litre (jumbo) and assorted 6x1 litre packs, Sprint is a trademark of the Motibhai Group.

Sprint is manufactured in a state-of-the-art processing and bottling plant by PET Technology Limited, a fully owned subsidiary of the Motibhai Group based in Suva. The team at Sprint continuously works hard to deliver what customers want and rolls out additional flavours as the market demands.

The full range of Sprint flavours include:

* Cola-squash

* Cola

* Orange

* Pineapple

* Raspberry

* Lemon squash

* Lemon lime

* Orange mango

* Fruit cocktail

* Creaming soda

* Pink lemonade

"We are very confident that Sprint will add more flavour to the exciting atmosphere of Diwali," Motibhai Group marketing manager Abraham Gomes said. Sprint is distributed by Motibhai & Company Limited — touching your lives with quality products.

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