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Absalom scoops half a million in Coca Cola competition

Thu, 25 April 2013 01:48
by Online Reporter
News Flash

Namibia Beverages through one of its leading brands, Coca Cola, today gave away  N$1 million to Namibians over a period of 11 weeks during a competition that took place from beginning of January this year.
On 20 April this year, Tuhafeni Absalom walked away with N$500 000 in cash after her name was draw from 120 entries.
Consumers were able to walk away with up to N$20 000 in cash prizes during the competition aired bi-weekly on NBC television. During the promotion, of Open Summah in 2010, winners were able to walk away with cash prizes to start businesses, pay school fees for their children and invest in livestock.