The Coca-Cola x McDonald's Olympic Glasses Are Back! Win All Six Now
Jun 29, 2012 18:47
Coca-Cola and McDonald's are celebrating this year's London 2012 Olympic Games across Asia Pacific with a series of Coca-Cola London 2012 Olympic Games Glasses.
For a limited time only, consumers will get to collect 6 different colored glasses embossed with official London 2012 Olympic Games sport pictograms: Gymnastics, Athletics, Swimming, Basketball, Football and Cycling in Pink, Green, Blue, Aqua, Charcoal and Purple colors.
The cool Coca-Cola glasses will be available for free at McDonald's outlets in Malaysia from 12 July till 23 August 2012 with any purchase of a Large Value Meal with a Sundae.
But if you want to win all 6 glasses in one go, read on to see how you can claim the Coca-Cola x McDonald's glasses below:
1. For three fortnights we will upload a funny sports photo on our Fooyoh Ninja Facebook page, looking for the best caption.
2. There are three ways you can submit your captions:
a) In the "comments" box below the article b) On our Fooyoh Ninja Facebook page c) Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please refrain from swearing or using inappropriate language.
3. At the end of each fortnight we will select the best caption, and the winner gets to take home a set of Coca-Cola London 2012 Olympic Games Glasses!
The winners will be notified via Facebook or email. All winners must collect their prizes from the Fooyoh.com offices in Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur.
The photo contest will run next Monday so check back for updates! But for now, here's a sneak preview of the full set:
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