MASERU — The Lesotho Brewing Company (LBC)
The competition started on March 1 and ended on May 15.
Participants had to collect the under-liners on Coca-Cola soft drinks written “You and Who”.
They would then fill in the entry forms and drop them at the nearest outlet.
The competition’s grand prizes were tickets to the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa.
The tickets were won by five people who will now get to take their chosen partners to the event.
“The pure joy of the people makes me feel good. Thanks for supporting our soft drinks,” said LBC’s sales and distribution director Mecaiel Oerlemans.
The national sales manager of soft drinks, Lehlohonolo Makhoali, said the winners of the tickets would be provided with transport to South Africa for the World Cup.
“LBC will cover all the expenses related to the trip to South Africa. They will also get a chance to tour Johannesburg,” Makhoali said.
Among the 12 customers who won a plasma TV was Tumelo Mohapi, 12, of Ha Mabote.
“I am very excited, I could not stop telling my friends at school that I had won a plasma TV,” Mohapi said.
“This is going to be my best World Cup ever.
“My biggest wish was to get a ticket to the 2010 Fifa World Cup and if I had won I would have taken my mother with me,” he said.
Mamasoane Tlaba, 20, of Leribe who won a ticket said he was shocked that he had won.
“I would like to thank the Coca-Cola company on behalf of all the winners for everything they have done for us,” Tlaba said.
“We will even be able to record any matches that we miss since the decoder can also record the programmes,” said Motselisi Khalane, 25, who won a decoder.
on Monday handed over 10 Fifa World Cup tickets, 12 plasma televisions and 20 decoders to winners of the COPA promotion.