BARRIGADA HEIGHTS, Guam—Coca-Cola has awarded a $250.00 shopping certificate to each of the winners of its Coke 12-pack family products promotion, “Fall Shopping Giveaway.” The promotion that ran from Aug. 15 to Sept. 30, 2018 entitled customers to one entry form with every purchase of a 12-pack Coke Family Product for a chance to win eight shopping was held in partnership with eight of the leading supermarkets on Guam including Cost U Less Harmon, Cost U Less Tamuning, 7-Day Supermarket Harmon, 7-Day Supermarket Yona, Hafa Adai Market, JS Store, Happy Mart, and Island Fresh.
Seven out of eight winners have claimed their $250 shopping certificates including Otsuka Hideyuki winner drawn from Cost U Less Tamuning; Jose Rosario, CUL Harmon; Ernesto Guerrero, 7-Day Supermarket Yona; Evelyn D. Cruz, Hafa Adai Supermarket, Yigo; Yolanda S. Aquino, 7-Day Supermarket Harmon; Julita T. Perez, JS Store, Toto; and Marianito Bautista, Happy Mart, Barrigada. The winner from Island Fresh has yet to claim their shopping certificate.
Jose Fernandez, sales manager, Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc. presented the shopping certificates to the winners during the awards ceremony held Oct. 9, 2018 at the Coca-Cola corporate offices.
The Coca-Cola Team composed of Nick Fernandez, team captain and erstwhile Glimpses of Guam distribution clerk; Chad Santos, team member and Coke-Foremost warehouse staff; and Anthony Mariano, team member and digital marketing executive, Glimpses Advertising took on the grueling 7-mile (11.26 km) obstacle course race that was Trench Challenge. The trio emerged victorious by completing each hurdle of the recreational division. Coca-Cola, Subway, and Foremost are silver level sponsors of Trench Challenge Adult Obstacle Course Race from 2018 through 2020.
Powerade provided hydration to 2,023 finishers as well as volunteers and supporters of the 17th Annual Strides for the Cure 2K/5K Walkathon fundraiser held Oct. 6th at the Chamorro Village. Coca-Cola Promotions Team served Powerade at the Powerade Hydration Booth and near the huts. Guam Cancer Care Cancer Education Program Manager Karina D. Quito has announced that the event raised $30,000 for the cancer education program, Kids for the Cure.