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06 October, 2011
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Lucozade sport cherry

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has added a new cherry flavour to its low-calorie sports drink range, Lucozade Sport Lite. It is available in 500ml singles and four x 500ml multipacks.

The company expects it to be a huge hit with everyday exercisers, following in the footsteps of Lucozade Sport cherry, which is already the best selling cherry-flavoured drink in the sports and energy drink market (Nielsen data). It also expects the new flavour to attract new consumers to the Lucozade Sport Lite brand.

GSK reckons the Lucozade Sport Lite cherry variant should prove to be a profitable new addition for retailers alongside the existing lemon & lime and orange flavours.

Multipacks of the low-calorie sports drink will feature imagery from the Louder advertising campaign and a 'No.1' flash to reflect the theme song reaching number one in the UK charts.

The popularity of the Louder campaign resulted in over one million hits on YouTube.

GSK is giving away 10 prizes to readers of 50-worth of Lucozade Sport Lite cherry.

To enter the prize draw, simply write your name, address and telephone number on a postcard or sealed envelope stating what you want quoting 'Lucozade Sport Lite Cherry' and we'll do the rest, including delivery. Send it to us at Forecourt Trader, William Reed Business Media, Broadfield Park, Crawley, West Sussex RH11 9RT, by 31st October.

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