The CIMG award-winning brand activation program, Kasapreko 'Alomo Sankwan' hits back at every Bar & Restaurant in Western, Central, Ashanti, and Greater Accra Regions starting this weekend at Weija Scc in Accra with a reloaded edition called Alomo Sankwan Ignite 2021 of on September 19th, 2021.
The initiative, which takes the form of a tour, will visit some pre-selected Drinking Bars and Restaurants, including London Bar, Highway Joint and Climax it on Sunday at 1+1 Pub, with the goal of entertaining and rewarding consumers of Kasapreko Company Ltd.
Alomo Bitters’ success is traced deep down to the roots of its authentic herbal composition and organic appeal.
Africa’s giant beverage company Kasapreko Company Limited produces over 26 variants of Spirit Liquors, Ciders and Beers, Carbonated Soft Drinks, Wines, and water under its portfolio.
The ISO Certified Company and a of Ghana Club 100 is set to break new grounds with consumer reward activations across the country.
According to the organizers of the promotion (Kaya Management Services), the much-anticipated brand activation programme will treat the residents of McCarthy Hills and Weija Scc to wonderful entertainment, free food, and beverages, and good musical performances from Dope Nation, Quamina MP, Kwesi Swat, Fati & Honey Groove Band, and many others.
Event-goers would be eligible to win instant prizes ranging from Cash, Mobile Phones, Airtime, and other Souvenirs if only the Alomo Bitters "Show Man" spots them drinking any Kasapreko product.
The event will feature your favorite celebrities joining the party train to share Alomo Bitters with fans amidst music and dancing, while you eat the best Ghanaian dishes with friends and family at your favorite local restaurant.
In 2015, the indigenous beverage company, Kasapreko’s Alomo Sankwan was adjudged the brand activation programme of the year 2014 at the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIMG) awards.
It was rewarded for positioning Alomo bitters as the number one authentic preferred bitters in Ghana which serves as an appetizer before a good meal and has seen great patronage in the Eastern, Ashanti, Western, and Greater Accra regions of Ghana.