September 11, 2017: Coca-Cola in Nepal just announced its mega Dashain-Tihar Consumer Promotion Campaign. The offer is valid from 5th September, 2017 up to 16th October, 2017 or till stock last (whichever is earlier) all over Nepal.
This year's campaign comes with a unique opportunity to win a motorbike: A TVS Stryker 125 CC every day. Other attractive prizes of the campaign are 4 LG LED TVs daily and mobile recharge worth Rs. 100 for 400 people through e-Sewa on a daily basis.
To participate in the campaign, see the 10-digit unique code under the label of 500 ml, 1.5 L or 2.25 L pack of Coca-Cola, Fanta,or Sprite and SMS it to 37722 between 11 am to 7 pm for it to be included in that specific day’s lucky draw. It is mandatory to keep the original label with the winning unique code for eligibility. Stocks without this offer are also available. Further details can be obtained from national dailies.
Coca-Cola regularly offers attractive consumer promotions and campaigns. Keeping the needs and aspirations of the consumer in mind, Coca-Cola has regularly provided opportunities to win exciting gifts. This has helped Coca-Cola to develop a strong relationship with consumers. This year, Coca-Cola goes a step further and announces a never-been-done before offer!
About Coca-Cola in Nepal
Coca-Cola in Nepal refreshes thousands of consumers throughout the country through its core product offerings of Coca-Cola, Sprite, Fanta and Kinley and impacts over 5000 people as a System. Coca-Cola in Nepal works with UN HABITAT on the Support My School Initiative to provide basic amenities in schools, as well as the ‘Safe Water Project’ to improve access to drinking water across 14 communities in Nepal. Through the STAR Retailer training programs, Coca-Cola Nepal is also empowering women retailers as part of The Coca-Cola Company’s global 5BY20 initiative. The Company has partnered with Himalayan Climate Initiative and GIZ for a PET Recollection Social enterprise that encourages recycling of PET waste. As part of another global commitment, by 2020, Coca-Cola Nepal, through its Rain Water Harvesting projects, has committed to safely return to communities and nature an amount of water equal towhat we use in our finished beverages and their production. Coca-Cola Nepal also observes World Water Day and is aiming to bring about a positive difference to the lives of communities across the country.