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9 More Punjas Trips To Hong Kong Still To Be Won

  Free air fares, $2000 spending money, tickets to a three day event and accommodation awaits nine more people as after Punjas confirmed their first lucky winner to the 2017
09 Dec 2016 11:00
9 More Punjas Trips To Hong Kong Still To Be Won
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Free air fares, $2000 spending money, tickets to a three day event and accommodation awaits nine more people as after Punjas confirmed their first lucky winner to the 2017 Hong Kong Sevens yesterday.

As Punjas Group marketing manager Gopal Jadhav put it: “entry could not be simpler.”

Peniasi Nasusu became the first person to win the 2017 trip to the mecca of sevens rugby after sending in four text messages after buying a packet of Punjas Breakfast Crackers that enabled him to enter the HK Mai promotion.

The Malolo native was overjoyed with his win.

“This is the first promotion from Punjas Biscuits since we started production in December 2014 and it is a particularly proud moment for Punjas to be able to take 10 winners watch the 2017 Hong Kong Sevens,” Mr Jadhav said.

“There are still nine more trips to be won between now and 15th March 2017.

“There will be one trip per month drawn between now and March, plus a further six trips drawn in the final draw of the promotion in mid-March,” Mr Jadhav said.

During each monthly draw, 100 more people will also become winners and would be receiving prizes ranging from Fiji supporters gear to BLK rugby balls and Punjas Biscuit Hampers.

To gain entry, one needs to purchase any Punjas Breakfast Crackers, especially those marked packets and find inside a unique code that could be make you a winner for the all expenses paid trip to Hong Kong.

Participants need to text in the unique code found inside the packets and pails.

“We are looking to create a promotion that would reward our loyal purchasers of Punjas Breakfast Crackers.

“The promotion started last month and ends in February 2017.”

Mr Jadhav said the results for the first draw were randomly selected by computer from more than 14,000 entries on Saturday December 3 in the presence of ASP Apete Rokolui from the Fiji Police Force.

The next set of draws will take place in early January next year.

Edited by Jonathan Bryce

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