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Win A Car With Your Fiji Sun Weekend

Win A Car With Your Fiji Sun Weekend
From left: Vodafone Fijian 7s rep Joeli Lutumailagi, Vision Motors general manager Ajay Lal, Amenoni Nasilasila, Fiji Sun general manager advertising and business development Rachna Lal and Mesulame Kunavula during the launch of the Fiji Sun Weekend promotion at Vision Motors in Vatuwaqa on July 8, 2017. Photo: Vilimoni Vaganalau
July 09
11:00 2017

Your Fiji Sun Weekend gives you a chance to win a brand new car. You don’t have to spend thousands of dollars or make regular payments to do so.

You could be the owner of the Chevrolet Sonic worth $39,000. All you need to do is spend $1 to buy a Fiji Sun Weekend copy, fill out a coupon in the edition. You can either drop it in the entry bins provided or post it to Fiji Sun.

The car winner gets to pick the colour of his or her preference. The more you enter, the more chance you could win.

But there’s more too. As part of the promotion which ends on September 30, entrants can also win monthly prizes from Courts.

The promotion was launched yesterday at Vision Motors in Vatuwaqa.

Fiji Sun general manager advertising and business development Rachna Lal said: “Our new glossy printing is brighter than any other newspaper not just in Fiji but also in the region.

“And our Win a Chevy Sonic competition is better than anything going in the Fijian media,” Ms Lal said


How to enter:

Fill in your details in the coupon provided in the Fiji Sun Weekend edition

Post to Sun (Fiji) News Ltd, Private Mail Suva

Or drop it in the entry bins provided at any Fiji Sun office at MHCC, Walu Bay in Suva, Nadi, Lautoka or Labasa


“The promotion is a way of giving something back to our loyal customers and readers.

“Fiji Sun Weekend is our latest product with a two-day shelf life and it will be sold on Saturdays and Sundays.

“Besides the shelf life, we are happy to offer bigger and better reads through our new sections.

“These include Leisure, Opinion and Aspire. Aspire is our product which targets the kids, teens and youths,” Ms Lal said.

Vision Motors general manager Ajay Lal said: “After reviewing the content of the proposal we found that there were two strong commitments from our end to work with the Fiji Sun as a partner.”

Edited by Ranoba Baoa


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