LocalNews Drink Kubuli and enjoy cricket! by: – April 7, 2012 Share Share Share Sharing is caring! Kubuli beer lovers now have an opportunity to win free tickets to the third Digicel Cricket Test Match between the West Indies and Australia scheduled in Dominica by submitting photographs of themselves or their friends drinking the beer.DA Vibes Inc and Dominica Brewery & Beverages Ltd. (DBBL), manufacturers of Kubuli Beer and Loubiere Spring Water have partnered on this exciting promotion that will captivate the minds of a wide cross-section of Kubuli-drinking and cricket-loving people.Members of the public are invited to submit interesting photos of themselves or with their friends, drinking Kubuli Beer to firstname.lastname@example.org.The photographs must be accompanied by the full name(s), address(es) and contact number(s) of the person(s) submitting the photo.If submitted as a group, the maximum number of persons in the photo should be five as each person will win a ticket to cricket on the day of their choice.Photos submitted will be posted on the Facebook pages of Dominica Vibes and Kubuli Beer to allow the public to get in on the action.The public will then vote by “liking” the photo(s) of their choice. A total of 20 daily tickets will be given away during this promotion.The ten individual photos and six group photos receiving the most “likes” on Facebook will be judged by a panel and 20 persons will emerge as winners.Persons must be 18 years and over to participate.The promotion runs up to April 18 and winners will be announced on April 19.Kubuli and Loubiere are the official beer and water for the Third Digicel Test, scheduled for the Windsor Park Stadium in Dominica from April 23-27, 2012.Visit our Facebook Page to Vote for the best PictureDominica Vibes News Tweet 134 Views no discussions
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