Pepsi Uganda has today lunched a mega UGX 3 billion promo dubbed ‘Twangula With Pepsi‘, which will see Crown Beverages Limited customers win lots of prizes by simply checking under the crown. The promo is set to run from April 16th to July 16th, 2018.

To participate, customers will have to buy a glass bottle of either Pepsi, Mirinda, or Mountain Dew and check under the crown to instantly win prizes which include; cash, t-shirts, airtime, umbrellas, among others. Mirinda, Pepsi, and Mountain Dew are available in 300ml glass bottle at a price of Ugx 1,000. All instant prizes are redeemable at any Pepsi Depot across the country.

Customers can also send a code under the crown to 7888 and stand a chance to enter the draw to win one of the Toyota Hiace vans, motorcycles, and flat screen TVs. The draws will be aired live on NTV, SPARK TV, and Bukedde 1 TV every Sunday from 6pm to 7pm starting on 29th April 2018.

Pepsi Head of Marketing, Mr. Brandon Ssemanda while addressing media at the launch, said;

This campaign is one of the many activities we shall have to celebrate and give back to our customers as we thank them for the continued loyalty and passion extended towards Pepsi soft drinks over our last 25 years in Uganda. Every participant in this promotion is a winner/champion with Pepsi because there is a lot to win for everyone.

The Crown Beverages Limited CEO, Mr. Paddy Muramiirah while speaking at the event said that Pepsi not only looks at selling soft drinks but also giving back to customers who have over the years been great support in the growth of the company not only in Uganda but the region as well. The promo comes on the heels of the company’s (Pepsi) 25 year celebration since entering the Ugandan market.

Paddy added;

We hope that the giveaways in this promotion will go a long way in transforming the lives of the everyday Ugandan while they enjoy the wide range of Pepsi soft drinks available to them countrywide.

Join the game, and win!

 

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

Leave a comment