Sunquick Drink and Win 2018 rewards consumers with 100 refrigerators

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The highly anticipated Sunquick ‘Drink and Win’ promotion concluded yet another successful campaign with 100 lucky customers walking away with brand new Sisil double-door refrigerators. The prize giving ceremony was held recently at the Grand Oriental Hotel, Colombo 01, attended by the winners and officials representing C. W. Mackie’s Sunquick and Scan Products divisions.

With the duel intention of celebrating the dawn of another year with their customers as well as rewarding their loyalty, the ‘Drink & Win’ promotion was conducted from the 18th January to the 18thof March.

In order to enter the draw, consumers had to post the plastic seal on the lid of the Sunquick bottle with their name, address and telephone number to PO Box 161, Colombo. The promotion will continue annually with greater prizes. 

Branded as a family friendly drink, Sunquick provides the natural taste of fruits without the contamination of artificial flavours and colouring. A Danish brand, it is consumed by millions in over 100 countries around the world.

Sunquick is locally distributed by the Scan Products Division of C. W. Mackie PLC, and is the category leader in the squash and cordial market with more than 67% market share. It has been and continues to be the most preferred fruit juice brand among the Sri Lankan consumers.

Scan Products strives to ensure that high quality standards are met through its state-of-the-art testing equipment in the laboratories and skilled and experienced staff. The bottling plant of Sunquick Lanka is suituated in Horana where every single bottle is subjected to internal and international quality standard tests before it leaves the plant to be enjoyed by consumers. First and foremost consideration for the customer is paramount in all products marketed by C. W. Mackie.



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