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Enter the draw and win a ride

Motibhai Group
Friday, March 09, 2018

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.

A new consumer promotion has been launched by the team behind Sprint whereby 30 Shimano Gear 18 speed Hercules bicycles will be given away as part of the major prize.

This new promotion was launched on February 22 and will carry on until April 14 with the draw planned for April 27.

"Simply purchase any Sprint, place one cap in an envelope with your name and address and drop it at entry bins provided at various supermarkets Fiji-wide or post it to P.O. Box 9175, Nadi Airport," Motibhai Group marketing manager Abraham Gomes said.

He said customers could enter as many times as they wished to increase their chances of winning.

"For more information and details of the promotion, customers can check in-store posters at their nearest supermarket or refer to our advertisement in The Fiji Times.

Sprint is distributed by Motibhai & Company Limited —touching your lives with quality products.

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