Lipton Ice Tea launches Get Refreshed Naturally shopper promotion
Nov 21st, 07:13
Lipton Ice Tea has recently launched an in store shopper marketing campaign for the festive season. The competition runs from 15 October 2013 until 31 January 2014.
Shoppers stand a chance to win one of five Apple packages valued at R25 000 each (includes a MacBook Air, Ipad, Ipod and Apple TV) or their share of R100 000 in cash.
To stand a chance to win, shoppers need to buy a promotional Lipton Ice Tea can or bottle, and SMS their unique code under the pull tab, or behind the label to 43070 on their promotional pack.
The campaign will be supported by free-standing units, table talkers and promotional wobblers in store.
Standard SMS rates apply.
The competition terms and conditions can be viewed here.Click here for more information on Lipton Ice Tea
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