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Coca-Cola Amatil (Fiji) Ltd
Friday, October 13, 2017

THE Coca-Cola spot the shopper Diwali promotion is in its fifth week and there have already been 244 winners spotted around Fiji. Collectively, the winners have walked away with over $10,500 worth of shopping and cash and you too could be a winner.

Sainimili Moi was doing her shopping at Shop N Save in Labasa when Coca-Cola's spotters approached her. She had gathered $149 worth of groceries while on her way to the checkout counter but since she had a 2.25 litre bottle of Coke in her trolley, she walked out of the supermarket without having to pay a cent.

Shretika S. Prasad got to keep $112 that she would have spent on groceries because she was spotted with her 2.25 litre bottle of Fanta pineapple at Max Val-U Savusavu.

Nacanieli was counting his blessing at Max Val-U Valelevu and thanked Coca-Cola for his early Fiji Day gift when he walked out of the supermarket with the $197 that he was planning to use on groceries. Nacanieli Sikinaivai was spotted doing his Sunday shopping with a 2.25 litre Coke in his trolley.

Anyone seen with a Coca-Cola product in the 2.25 litre range will have their shopping paid for up to the value of $200. For those eating out, if you are spotted with any of the 600ml Coca-Cola product range accompanying your meal, you will be rewarded $10 on the spot. There is $20,000 worth of cash to be won.

The teams have been out and about throughout the Central, Western and Northern divisions looking for customers with any 2.25 litre Coca-Cola bottle in their trollies or enjoying a 600ml Coca-Cola with their meal.

Coca-Cola appreciates and looks for ways to reward their loyal customers through their promotions. This promotion is no exception. The Coca-Cola shopper and drinker spotters will be out and about Fiji wide to reward consumers with instant cash.

Coca-Cola product range includes Coke, Coke Zero, Diet Coke, Sprite and Fanta flavours. The promotion runs for three months and ends on November 3. The Coke spotter teams will be out in the eastern,western and northern parts of Fiji with the support of radio, TV, LED screens, cinema and press mediums to boost this promotion.

Onisimo Rokotuinasau from Coca-Cola's special events team said that being part of this promotion gave him great joy because he could deliver great news to Coke's faithful customers and see their honest reactions.

"Sometimes they are in awe, sometimes they are close to tears but most times, they are speechless" said Rokotuinasau.

Over the past two weeks the team spotted 130 lucky winners in the friendly North and Central divisions and gave away over $3800 to unexpected shoppers and diners. There's still $9500 left to win

Celebrations like Diwali are occasions where there is a lot of sharing, visitations, eating, fun, fanfare and more importantly celebrating the festival of lights.

Artika Prasad was enjoying lunch at Deck Out Café with her family in Savusavu and got to walk away with $10 because she was spotted with a 600ml bottle of Sprite.

Ritashna Kumar was happy to get the $10 that she spent on her meal back when she was spotted with a 600ml Coke at Harbour Centre.

About Coca-Cola's Diwali spot the shopper or drinker

Coca-Cola gives you the chance to win up to $200 worth of groceries when spotted with a 2.25 litre bottle from the Coca-Cola range in your shopping basket or trolley or win $10 when spotted enjoying a meal with a 600mL drink from the Coca-Cola range at a food court, restaurant, eatery or Fast food café.

For full details of this promotion log onto www.ccamatilfiji.com , on this website you will find the conditions of entry, TV commercial and poster. The Coca-Cola teams will be covering all towns Fiji wide and will work simultaneously. No indication of which towns or areas will be mentioned as they will do surprise drop ins at any given time throughout the week and weekends. There are no entry bins or send ins, simply be spotted with any 600ml or 2.25 litre Coke, Coke Zero, Diet Coke, Sprite or Fanta flavours and you could be a winner.








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