Lagos, Nigeria; 23 February 2015: "Students of the Rivers State College of Arts and Science had a surprise matriculation gift last week as
The college community thus became the first consumer group in Port Harcourt to savour the Share a Coke campaign which has continued to spread excitement across the country since it was launched in early January."
Thousands of students and guests stormed the school field on Thursday, 19th February, 2015 to be part of the historic event. It was the first time the institution would celebrate its matriculation day with such an event .
Savouring a PET bottle of chilled Coke given out freely to all consumers during the Share a Coke sampling process, Ololade Bamishaye, one of the matriculating students, expressed joy and applauded
“I am so happy that
Mrs Olorunsola Johnson, a mother to one of the matriculating students who stood in line with her husband and children to get their customised Coke cans described it is an experience that will remain one of her most exciting moments. “As a fan of
For David Alibi, a 100 level Administration student, it was fun and memorable. He reckoned that it was one he had anticipated for a long time and it was much more exciting and realistic than he expected. He gave kudos to the brand for putting up such innovative campaign. “It is awesome having this experience today. We hope to see more of Share a Coke in our school, so that every time we want to drink Coke, we drink the one that has our name on it. Thanks to
Senior Brand Manager, Colas,
“One of the main reasons why we launched Share a Coke is to give consumers the opportunity to share happiness with their loved ones – especially on special days. This matriculation at the Rivers State College of Arts and Science is a special occasion and I am delighted that the students are having a great time with their family and friends. With the Share a Coke campaign, we want to further restate that we cherish consumers and want to always be part of their happiness,” he concluded.
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