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Coca-Cola’s 12 Weeks of the Holidays Promo

"Coca-Cola's 12 Weeks of the Holidays Promo"

Coca-Cola gives away over $12,000 in cash and prizes

Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc. (CCBG) CEO Marcos W. Fong (fifth right) together with Mike Brown (fourth right), regional sales director; and Jose Fernandez (fourth left) sales manager, both of CCBG presented $10,000 in total cash prizes to “Coca-Cola’s 12 Weeks of the Holidays Promo” final drawing winners including Lydia C. Parco (left), winner of $1,500; Lorna P. Lalic (third left), winner of $1,000; Louis N. Torres (fifth left), winner of $5,000; and Janet L. Quintanilla (right), winner of $2,500 at the Coca-Cola Corporate Offices in Barrigada Heights.

(BARRIGADA HEIGHTS, Guam—) In what has become an annual tradition, the leader in non-alcoholic beverage once again gave away over $12,000 in cash and prizes in the last quarter of 2018 through “Coca-Cola’s 12 Weeks of the Holidays Promotion”.

Every week for 11 weeks, Coca-Cola drew five lucky winners of valuable shopping, dining, movie, and gas certificates. Of the 44 winners of gift certificates, nine were two-time winners and two won three times for the entire promo duration.

In the twelfth and final weekly drawing, four lucky winners brought home a combined $10,000 in cash prizes. Louis N. Torres of Yigo took the grand prize of $5,000 cash. Dededo resident Janet L. Quintanilla came away with $2,500 cash for first prize.  Second prize winner Lydia C. Parco of Tamuning won $1,500 cash and the third prize of $1,000 cash went to Lorna P. Lalic, who also lives in Yigo.

Below is the complete list of winners.

Week 1
Aneleen William
Rachelle Paulino (winner of two sets of prizes)
George E. Perez
Alicia Adelbai

Week 2
Nathaniel Lalic
Isabel Audije
Julie Ann Rose M. Olarte
Henry Dlc. Santos
Yolanda S. Aquino

Week 3
Josephine S. Espiritu
Francis A. Sanchez
Patrick B. Gumataotao
Carole Crisostomo
Maia Ocampo

Week 4
Yolanda S. Aquino (winner of two sets of prizes)
Nenita C. Pineda
Frances Carbullido
Henry Dlc. Santos

Week 5
McEllie Garcia
Barbara T. Jackson
Lawrence Valencia
Rosemarie Carbonel
Carole Crisostomo

Week 6
Virgilio S. Adriano Jr. (winner of two sets of prizes)
Joe Billote
Lorna Anicas
Nathaniel Lalic

Week 7
Josephine Bolano
Antonita Watson
Bernice Babauta
Diego Garcia
Deborah A. Pereira

Week 8
Maria Aurora S. Reyes
Maryann You
Patricia Cress
Miku Wada
Melvin A. Rebujio

Week 9
Jasmin Banes Acero
Maria Raquel Pelonio
McEllie Garcia
Joan CB Enriquez
Cynthia Dumlao-Taitano

Week 10
Robert John D. Reyes
Lalyn Dela Cruz
Ruben E. Labadnoy
Francis Carbullido
Delia T. Shafer

Week 11
Isabel A. Audije
Sarah Jane O’Connor
Richard B. Camacho
Gloria G. Cortez
Nelda E. Hikichi

Week 12
Louis N. Torres – Grand Prize $5,000
Janet L. Quintanilla – First Prize $2,500
Lydia C. Parco – Second Prize $1,500
Lorna P. Lalic – Third Prize $1,000

Powerade bikes and helmets winners announced

Powerade bikes and helmets winners announced

BARRIGADA HEIGHTS, GuamCoca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc. has awarded each of the eight (8) winners of the Powerade “Get Ready to Be a Roadie” raffle promotion with a brand new Powerade Bike and matching Powerade Helmet at the Coca-Cola corporate offices.  The promotion, held in exclusive partnership with Pay-Less Markets, ran from Aug. 15 to Oct. 15, 2018.

One winner was drawn from each Pay-Less Market location.  The winners include Richard S. Villanueva, winner from Oka Pay-Less; Elizabeth T. Cruz, Agana Pay-Less; Virgilio S. Adriano, Jr., Dededo Pay-Less; Clare Manglona, Sumay Pay-Less; Yolanda S. Aquino, Micronesia Mall Pay-Less; Joan CB Enriquez, Yigo Pay-Less; Richard Manibusan, Sinajana Pay-Less; and Monica Mariano-Perez, Mangilao Pay-Less.

Jose Fernandez, sales manager, Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc., assisted by Annania Nauta, community relations coordinator, Pay-Less Markets presented the Powerade Bikes and Powerade Helmets to the winners.

POWERADE BIKES AND HELMETS WINNERS. The eight winners who each brought home a brand new Powerade Bike and matching Powerade Helmet are, from second left, Richard Manibusan, Clare Manglona, Monica Mariano Perez, Virgilio S. Adriano Jr., Yolanda S. Aquino and her son Keith, Joan CB Enriquez, Richard S. Villanueva, and Elizabeth T. Cruz. They are joined by the sales leadership of Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc. headed by (from eighth left) Mike Brown, regional sales director; Arnel Toves and Vyren Saladaga, business consultants, Jose Fernandez, sales manager; Roy Canlas, senior business consultant; and Melissa Tretasco, business consultant. Annania Nauta (left), community relations coordinator, Pay-Less Markets helped to present the prizes to the winners.
Monica Mariano-Perez, winner of “Powerade Get Ready to Be a Roadie” promo at Mangilap Pay-Less, receives her Powerade Bike and Powerade Helmet from Jose Fernandez (second left) sales manager and Vyren Saladaga, business consultant, both of Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc.; and Annania Nauta, community relations coordinator, Pay-Less Markets.
Richard Manibusan (second left), winner of “Powerade Get Ready to Be a Roadie” promo at Sinajana Pay-Less, receives his Powerade Bike and Powerade Helmet from Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc. Sales Manager Jose Fernandez, Business Consultant Melissa Tretasco (second right), and Pay-Less Markets Community Relations Coordinator Annania Nauta.
Virgilio S. Adriano, second left, winner of “Powerade Get Ready to Be a Roadie” promo at Dededo Pay-Less, accepts his Powerade Bike and Powerade Helmet from Jose Fernandez (left), sales manager and Arnel Toves, business consultant both of Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc. sales manager; and Annania Nauta, community relations coordinator, Pay-Less Markets.
Richard S. Villanueva, winner of “Powerade Get Ready to Be a Roadie” promo at Oka Pay-Less, is flanked by Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc. Sales Manager Jose Fernandez (second left) and Business Consultant Ray Canlas; and Pay-Less Markets Community Relations Coordinator.
Elizabeth T. Cruz (second right), winner of “Powerade Get Ready to Be a Roadie” promo at Agana Pay-Less, joined by her grandchildren, receives a Powerade Bike and a Powerade Helmet from Jose Fernandez, sales manager and Melissa Tretasco (right), business consultant, both of Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc.; and Annania Nauta, community relations coordinator, Pay-Less Markets, Inc.
Yolanda S. Aquino S. Aquino (second left), winner of “Powerade Get Ready to Be a Roadie” promo at Micronesia Mall Pay-Less, and her son Keith receive a Powerade Bike and a Powerade Helmet from Jose Fernandez (left), sales manager and Roy Canlas, senior business consultant, both of Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam, Inc), and Annania Nauta, community relations coordinator, Pay-Less Markets.
Clare Manglona, winner of “Powerade Get Ready to Be a Roadie” promo at Sumay Pay-Less, receives a Powerade Bike and a Powerade Helmet, from Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc. Sales Manager Jose Fernandez and Pay-Less Markets Community Relations Coordinator Annania Nauta.
Joan CB Enriquez (second right), winner of “Powerade Get Ready to Be a Roadie” promo at Yigo Pay-Less, accepts her Powerade Bike and Powerade Helmet from Jose Fernandez (second left), sales manager and Roy Canlas, senior business consultant, both of Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc.; and Annania Nauta, community relations coordinator, Pay-Less Markets.

Coke gives away eight $250.00 shopping certificates

"Fall Shopping Giveaway" winners awarded

Coke gives away eight $250.00 shopping certificates

BARRIGADA HEIGHTS, GuamCoca-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.

Otsuka Hideyuki accepts a $250.00 shopping certificate to Cost U Less Tamuning from Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc. Sales Manager Jose Fernandez for winning in the promotion, “Coke Fall Shopping Giveaway.”
Jose Fernandez, sales manager, Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc. hands over to Jose M. Rosario a $250.00 shopping certificate to Cost U Less for winning in the “Coke Fall Shopping Giveaway” promotion.
Jose Fernandez (right) presents “Coke Fall Shopping Giveaway” winner Ernesto R. Guerrero a $250.00 shopping certificate to 7-Day Supermarket, Yona.
Yolanda S. Aquino is joined by her son Keith in accepting a $250.00 shopping certificate to 7-Day Supermarket, Harmon for being one of the eight winners in “Coke’s Fall Shopping Giveaway” promotion from Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc.’s Sales Manager Jose Fernandez.
Julita T. Perez is joined by her husband George Perez (left) as she receives a $250.00 shopping certificate to JS Store from Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc. Sales Manager Jose Fernandez for winning the promo, “Coke Fall Shopping Giveaway”.
Evelyn D. Cruz, winner of the “Coke Fall Shopping Giveaway” receives a $250.00 shopping certificate to Hafa Adai Market from Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc. Sales Manager Jose Fernandez.
Marianito C. Bautista, winner of “Coke’s Fall Shopping Giveaway,” receives a $250.00 shopping certificate to Hafa Adai Market from Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc. Sales Manager Jose Fernandez.

Team Coca-Cola rises above the Trench Challenge

Team Coca-Cola rises above the Trench Challenge

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.

THEY CAME. THEY RACED. THEY FINISHED. Team Coca-Cola led by Nick Fernandez (center), team captain and erstwhile distribution clerk, Glimpses of Guam; Anthony Mariano (left) team member and digital marketing executive, Glimpses Advertising; and Chad Santos, team member and warehouse staff, Coke-Foremost receive their finisher medals in the recreational division of Trench Challenge Adult Obstacle Course Race held Sept. 30, 2018 at the Guam Raceway Park in Yigo.
Team Coke Trench Challenge 9.30.2018 (4)
Team Coke Trench Challenge 9.30.2018 (1)
Team Coca-Cola stood and delivered. Chad Santos, Team Coca-Cola member and warehouse staff at Coke-Foremost, is flanked by teammate Anthony Mariano (left), digital marketing executive, Glimpses Advertising; and Nick Fernandez, team captain and distribution clerk, Glimpses of Guam.
Team Coke Trench Challenge 9.30.2018 (2)
From left foreground, Chad Santos, Nick Fernandez, and Anthony Mariano crouch as they listen for the signal to start their flight in the recreational division of the Trench Challenge Adult Obstacle Course Race held Sept. 30, 2018 at the Guam Raceway Park in Yigo.

17th Annual Strides for the Cure raises $30K

Powerade hydrates over 2,000 participants

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.

Coca-Cola Promotions Team and volunteers of Guam Cancer Care served Powerade at the 17th Annual Strides for the Cure 2K/5K Walkathon fundraiser held at the Chamorro Village in Agana on Oct. 6, 2018.
17th Annual Strides for the Cure 10.6.2018 Chamorro Villlage (3)
Runner No. 281 rests briefly at the Powerade Hydration Station after finishing the 5K course of the 17th Annual Strides for the Cure held at the Chamorro Village in Agana on Oct. 6, 2018.
Jeff Marchesseault (left), co-anchor, Pacific News Center; Sharleen Marchesseault (right), director of marketing strategy, Glimpses Advertising; and their daughter Mia support the 17th Annual Strides for the Cure.
Coca-Cola Promotions Team Member Ajay Rojas serves Powerade to participants of the 17th Annual Strides for the Cure held at the Chamorro Village in Agana on Oct. 6, 2018.