PZ Cussons Ghana has launched its latest promotion in Accra dubbed: The 5-star Pampering Edition, 2 years after the maiden edition was launched.
The Camel Buy and Fly promotion, launched on March 5, is a scratch and win promotion that offers exciting prizes including instant airtime, product hampers and a grand prize of an all-expenses-paid trip for 2 to Dubai to be won every week for 12 weeks.
The Camel Buy and Fly promotion is aimed at promoting not only the physical but the mental wellbeing of loyal consumers.
Camel Antiseptic, the only antiseptic liquid endorsed by the Ghana Medical Association has been a household name in Ghana for decades. It is well known for its powerful germ-killing ability and is considered the number 1 antiseptic liquid in Ghana.
This is proof of the brand’s value, quality and consistency and they have their loyal consumers to thank for this.
Since its inception, the company has rewarded winners with a memorable experience through the Camel Buy and Fly promo.
Consumers are required to simply buy any Camel Antiseptic Liquid with a scratch panel, Scratch and text the code revealed to 1393 free of charge to all networks to qualify them to participate in the promotion.
You can instantly win airtime and be entered into a weekly draw. Every week, 1 winner will be selected live on radio to win an all-expense-paid trip for 2 to Dubai.
The winners will have the opportunity to travel to Dubai in September this year and will be given spending cash for their visit to the Dubai Mall, Burj Khalifa, Desert Safari, Dubai city tour, Aquarium and many more. All food, tours and accommodation will be taken care of.
In explaining what is different this year, the Category Marketing Manager for Personal Care at PZ Cussons Ghana, Mary Ann Boaten stated: “We have taken into consideration the current global pandemic hence the travel period will be in September and not earlier. We will pay for all Covid tests to be done before the trip”.
She further stated that Dubai is one of the safest places to travel to during this period and Camel Antiseptic will be providing health insurance for all winners and their partners.
Winners will also enjoy their stay in a 5-star hotel with strict Covid-19 protocols observed.
Winners will also be provided with a month’s supply of PZ Cussons hygiene products to cater for their physical wellbeing.
Camel Antiseptic Liquid can be found in everyday neighbourhood shops, supermarkets and open markets across Ghana with prices ranging from GhS 7 for the small pack to the 1L family pack for GHS36.
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