9 winners announced so far, 31 more to go

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Kathmandu, 13th March, 2018 :  Coca-Cola in Nepal has announced the second week’s lucky winners of “Coke Kham Russia Jaam” promotional campaign, 2018. This one of a kind campaign has captured the imagination of all the consumers, with offers to not only win a free trip to Russia, but also the chance to win 2 LED TVs weekly and 200 Coke & FIFA branded merchandise, daily.

Under this campaign, 40 lucky winners will get a once in a lifetime opportunity of paid Russia trip to watch live World Cup 2018. Each week 4 lucky winners are selected through lucky draw. Besides this, 2 lucky winners will win 24″ LED TV every week and 200 people will win attractive Coke merchandises on a daily basis.

Last week, the first lucky winners of paid Russia tour and LED TVs were announced. The second week’s winners of the campaign are Mr. Mahesh Rai from Lazimpat, Mr. Omnath Shrestha from Thimi, Mr. Rajib Pradhan from Imadol, and Mr. Ashish Man Singh from New Road.

The two lucky winners of 24″ LED TV are Ms. BinooTamang from Kalopul and Mr. Buddha Bahadur Lama from Kapurdhara, Lazimpat.

This week’s four lucky winners announced for the Russia trip will join the previous lucky winners on the tour to watch the most awaited moment in football world; ie, World Cup Russia 2018 and watch the gameslive in Russia.

Now hurry up and participate in the campaign. Imagine flying to Russia and touring unique landscapes on the way to the FIFAWorld Cup 2018. You could be one of the 31 remaining lucky winners of the all-expenses paid Russia trip and watch the World Cup live. Toparticipate in the campaign, look behind the label and type Coke <Unique Code> and send SMS to 37722. Winners are selected through lucky draw. You need to retain the label to claim your prize. The campaign which started on 15th February, 2018 will end on 15th April, 2018.

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 recently partnered with Himalayan Climate Initiative and GIZ for a PET Recollection Social enterprise that encourages recycling of PET waste. 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.


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