iCoke.ca wants to give you and your friends a trip to Atlanta

By Jay Gory, thecheers.org    2008-09-06 07:14:13    

iCoke.ca has just launched a neat campaign for you to take advantage of. In order to qualify to Win a trip with iCoke.ca to Atlanta, Georgia, you need to be a Canadian resident and you need to collect 500 Coke coins to enter. But getting your 500 Coke coins together couldn't be much simpler.
iCoke.ca has just launched a neat campaign for you to take advantage of. They are running a contest that gives you the chance to win a trip for 4 to Atlanta, Georgia.

In addition to the big prize iCoke.ca is also giving away secondary prizes such as Cineplex Odeon and Best Buy certificates.

What is this contest all about? The history of Coca-Cola started in 1886 and the contest has been launched in celebration of John Pemberton who just happens to be the inventor of Coca-Cola.

In order to qualify to Win a trip with iCoke.ca to Atlanta, Georgia, you need to be a Canadian resident and you need to collect 500 Coke coins to enter.

What are Coke coins and how can you earn them?
You can get Coke coins by submitting PINs you can find on specially marked Coca-Cola products or promotional items such as scratch cards or fountain cups. In simple words, just buy some Coca-Cola and check under the cap. PINs can be found under the cap of all specially marked 591mL and 2L Coca-Cola and Coke Zero products.

I bet you were wondering how many PINs you’ll need to get the entrance fee together? Just one – each PIN is worth 500 iCoke Coins!

So if you’re from Canada, like drinking Coca-Cola then why not take advantage of this great offer and take yourself and your friends to Atlanta, Georgia!

Jay Gory, The Cheers News


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