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Coke's big draw

Coke's big draw

F OR the last two months purchasers of cases of Coca-Cola have received lucky

coupons which they sent in to the Coca-Cola company for a give-away draw held on

June 7.

Drawing the prizes at the Cambodia Beverage Company in Phum

Mittapheap Village on Route 5 were Hul Lin, Under Secretary of State of the

Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy and Khau Menghean, Vice Governor of the

Phnom Penh Municipality.

The prizes included two 21 inch color TVs, one

of which was won buy a Battambang citizen, ten 1030S Sony cassette players, and

100 cases of Coca-Cola.

Prakash Wakankar, the General Manager of the

Cambodia Beverage Company sole distributor of Coca Cola in 21 provinces, said:

"The firm is planning to have at least one promotion of this kind each year

depending on how business goes."

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