Fresh Chewing Gum, a product of Kenafric Industries Limited will be giving out a brand new Subaru Impreza to a lucky winner in the ongoing National Consumer Promotion (NPC) that has already seen thousands of participants win cash and TV sets.
At least 200 participants win Ksh250 daily with five monthly winners of 40 inch flat screen TVs in the promotion that is running up to February next year, when the grand prize winner will be unveiled.
Speaking while handing over TV sets to monthly winners, Morris Huw, Business Unit Manager at Kenafric industries Limited urged consumers to continue participating to increase their chances of winning numerous prizes.
“For only Ksh5, we not only give our consumers best chewing gums in the market but also a chance to positively change their lives,” said Huw.
In a span of less than 5 years, Fresh Chewing Gum has established itself as one of the market leaders in the country with presence in other regions including Uganda, Tanzania and the DRC.
The brand has captured the market with its flavored chewing gums which appeal to changing lifestyles and desires of the youthful consumers.
Recently, Kenafric launched the new Fresh 10s stick pack, which appeals mostly to the older consumers.
To participate, one needs to buy a Ksh5 packet of Fresh Chewing gum and send the unique code inside the packet to 31511 on any network.
Each code sent is entered in the daily, monthly and grand prize draw, giving participants equal chances to win cash, TVs and the brand new 2015 Subaru Impreza.
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