Lucky Star announces more Mega Consumer Competition winners!
Aug 14th, 14:03
Lucky Star is serving up more smiles as the second R100 000 winner and the second R15 000 winner have been revealed in the Lucky Star Mega Consumer Competition. The winners hail from Port Shepstone in KwaZulu-Natal and Peddie, in the Eastern Cape, respectively.
There is still R698 000 worth of prizes under the lids of cans in the market place.
The competition, running from 1 June 2013 until 31 December 2013, gives consumers the chance to win their share of R1 million by finding a can of Lucky Star Pilchards in-store, sealed with a unique lid.
To win, all consumers need to do is buy a can of Lucky Star Pilchards, open it and look under the lid to see if they've got the winning one.
Retailers have a chance to win additional Lucky Star stock by creating the best Lucky Star Mega in-store display during this nationwide competition.
Read the competition terms and conditions, here
Click here for more information on Lucky Star, an Oceana Group Company
Lucky Star was voted as a favourite brand in the Grand Prix Category for Tinned Food in the recent 2013 Sunday Times Top Brands Survey. Lucky Star is the market leader in most canned fish sectors.
To promote its nationwide Mega Consumer Competition, Lucky Star has launched a television commercial to show consumers how they can win one of several cash prizes up for grabs.
Lucky Star congratulates Emily Mazibulko who is the first R100 000 winner in its nationwide Mega Consumer Competition.
The Oceana Group Limited is proud to announce that CEO Francois Kuttel has received the prestigious Fishing News International’s “2013 Person of the Year Award” in London.
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