Win a trip to San Francisco

Coke activations team ready to promote the promotion to patrons at the Coca-Cola Games in April. Picture: SUPPLIED

MEET and greet the Fiji Airways Rugby 7’s Team in San Francisco from the July 17 – 24 with all expenses paid.

Coca-Cola is giving away one of six all-expenses paid trips to San Francisco.

Consumers need only purchase any two Coke, Coke No Sugar, Diet Coke, Sprite or Fanta range, place the two labels in an envelope with their name and contact details on the back and either drop them in entry bins in over 160 outlets throughout Fiji or send them into Coca-Cola Suva, Lautoka or Labasa.

Major prize includes air fares, accommodation, transfers and spending money of $F2000. Secondary prize includes one of 100 cartons of 330mL Coke No Sugar.

The promotion was first launched at the Coca-Cola games on April 19 and ends on June 4. The one major draw will take place on June 7 with winners names published in The Fiji Times on June 9.

Coca-Cola organises and helps winners apply for passports if they don’t have one as well as visas to the country of destination, in this case the United States of America. The company also ensures two chaperones accompany the winners throughout the trip making sure they have an enjoyable and safe trip.

All winners and chaperones are insured and as always Coke surprises and delights with either a tour or something special for the winners.

Previously when winners are taken to the Hong Kong 7s or previous Rugby World Cup tournaments Coke had them all stocked up with branded gear, cheering sticks and wigs to ensure they got into the rugby spirit.

There is a mandatory briefing dinner hosted for the winners before they fly out whereby they understand the full program, travelling tips, weather information, appropriate clothing to suit the weather, facts about the country, do’s and don’ts and so forth. This is usually done so that winners know what to expect rather than being taken by surprise. From experience, most winners have never travelled before so a lot of things that we take for granted like another country’s culture, customs or traditions are foreign to them. There are things like boarding passes, bio security forms, entering transit and the conditions at the airport that many people are not aware of.

Usually when winners are advised of their win, there is a session conducted with them explaining their prize in detail and what they are entitled to along with a question and answer session. We provide translators too in case they don’t understand English and we have had a few winners needing translation.

On the winners trip Coca-Cola ensures it is all about the winners, their experience is of utmost importance to us and how we make them feel will impact how they see Coca-Cola which inevitably aligns with our catchphrase, creating millions of moments of happiness for everyone, everywhere and every day.

For details on our promotion log onto or check in store poster for details.

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