Gambia: Gambega Launches 'Ride in Style With Fanta' Promotion

Gambega limited, authorized bottler of the Coca-Cola Company and one of the leading beverage manufacturers in The Gambia, Tuesday evening launched a promotion dubbed 'Ride in style with Fanta' at a ceremony held at its premise in Kanifing. The promotion, which will run from June to August, will see consumers winning themselves laptops, 5 motorbikes per week, wrist bands, free drinks, and t-shirts among other valuable items?

Speaking at a well attended ceremony, Mr. Adolfo Marti Llacer, the Gambega country manager, said the promotion seeks to reward their cherished and loyal Fanta consumers by offering them the opportunity to win amazing prizes each time they pop open any of their four fanta flavors- orange, strawberry, black currant and cocktail.

He encouraged Gambians to seize this opportunity to try all the exciting Fanta flavors and get rewarded in addition. On how to win, he said, one must look under the crown and collect all 4 parts of the motorbike (handle bars, the body, the tyres, and the key) to win a motorbike, adding that there are thousands of other prizes under the crown to be won instantly.

Also speaking at the event, Koffi Polley, Gambega commercial manager said the promotion is meant to give back to the people. According to him, Gambega in the past supported the course of national development, citing their support to the Gambia for Gold, Fanta Science quiz competition, and a lot of others as evidence. Koffi maintained that with the 'Ride in Style with Fanta' promotion, everybody has the chance of winning any of the exciting prices on offer.

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