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PRODUCT NEWS: Glaceau on-pack promotion

24 September, 2014

Coca-Cola Enterprises has launched a new Glacéau vitaminwater on-pack promotion giving shoppers the chance to win a Quella fixie bike.

The ‘Design a Bike and Win it’ competition will give consumers the opportunity to personalise their own bike online. Each design will be entered into a prize draw with the opportunity of winning one of 100 Quella bikes with an RRP of £649.

The promotion will be communicated with on-pack neck collars and entrants all receive 25% off a Quella Bike.

The competition is running from now until November 23 on promotional bottles of Glacéau vitaminwater and retailers will be supported with POS materials to help increase visibility in-store.

Caroline Cater, operating marketing director for Coca-Cola Enterprises, said: “Flavoured waters have performed well over the past year with the sector growing by 13.7%. This on-pack promotion builds on this growth and forms part of an ongoing programme of investment in the Glacéau vitaminwater brand to help retailers drive sales.

“This activity follows the successful ‘Shoot to Win’ campaign and we aim to build on this growth throughout the rest of the year. The promotion is an exciting and effective way for retailers to engage with consumers by providing a fun and engaging mechanic. We encourage retailers to stock up now on the new promotional packs.”

08457 227222

www.cokecce.co.uk





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