Coke promo rounds up big winners

Posted on Jun 16 2012
By Press Release

Daniel Wasserman, brings 75 Coca-Cola labels and ends up the biggest winner at the first redemption event of Coca-Cola's “Spin it to win it” promo. He took home an Xbox Kinect, gas certificates, and a Foremost Scoops gift certificate. (Contributed Photo)  Coca-Cola’s spring-summer promotion, “Spin it to win it” rounded up a dozen winners of exciting prizes during the first redemption event held at Joeten Shopping Center in Susupe in May.

Coca-Cola lovers all over Saipan brought at least 25 Coca-Cola bottled product labels for a chance to spin for prizes on the roulette and submitted 10 labels to win instant giveaways.

Daniel Wasserman exchanged 75 labels and earned three spins and as many prizes on the wheel, including the grand prize, an Xbox Kinect, gas certificates, and a certificate from Foremost Scoops.

Lucky on the wheel, Roger Valencia brought home a $100 Joeten shopping certificate, while Joseph Mario Socorro’s spin landed him a $100 water park and brunch certificate.

Vicki Shoo and Marichu Calitahan tried their luck on the wheel and each gained $50 gas certificates. Marilou P. Paet and Minda Cullen spun the roulette and both garnered $30 worth of movie packages. David Sablan received a Scoops gift certificate.

Five winners redeemed 10 Coca-Cola labels for their choice of instant prizes. Minda Cullen opted for a Coca-Cola cooler bag with a six-pack Coca-Cola product. Danilo Gaza, Dolores Arceo, and Sonia Jean B. Isip chose to receive a Coca-Cola gift bag loaded with limited edition Coca-Cola novelties. Camille Samonte picked a brunch certificate for one to Pacific Islands Club’s Magellan Restaurant.

Dozens of prizes awaited lucky winners at the scheduled redemption event yesterday at the Joeten Shopping Center in Susupe.

Coca-Cola is the world’s largest beverage company.

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