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Sprite gives pulsar motorcycles to 4 Lucky Winners


Nepalnews
2021 Dec 02, 11:22, Kathmandu

Sprite has concluded its biggest promotional campaign of the year “Screen Time Promotional Campaign” titled ‘Chilling ko Start, Mobile ra Sprite ko Saath”. As a part of the campaign conclusion, a handover ceremony of Bajaj Pulsar 125 CC motorcycles to 4 lucky winners was held at the Bajaj Showroom in Teku by Mr Sumit Das, Channel Marketing Manager of Bottlers Nepal Limited and Ms Punam Singh, Asst. General Manager of HH Bajaj. Likewise, 3 more Bajaj motorcycles will be handed over to the winners in Biratnagar, Chitwan and Hetauda during the coming days.

Additionally, the campaign has also offered Samsung 43” Televisions to 5 winners and Samsung F22 mobiles to 263 winners. The campaign was a huge success as it reached to all Sprite consumers across Nepal as winners hailed from various corners of Nepal like Parsa, Birgunj, Dharan, Taplejung and so on.

Mr Saugat Pulami, one of the Bajaj Pulsar 125 CC winners shared, “I feel very lucky to win a Pulsar 125 CC bike amongst the lakhs of people who have entered in this campaign. This will be my first bike that I own and will definitely cherish it. I am very thankful to Sprite Nepal for offering such a generous opportunity.”

The promotional campaign had commenced on 15th September and was valid till 4th November 2021. The promotion was part of Sprite’s “Clear Raha” campaign which aims to inspire youths to reset and refresh during key moments of the day with Sprite featuring Sprite’s brand ambassador Anmol KC.


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