Domino's partners with Pepsi to giveaway Pepsimoji scooters

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Pepsimoji( –In line with Pepsi’s global “say it with PepsiMoji” campaign, Domino’s Pizza is teaming up with Pepsi, its long-standing beverage partner to offer great prizes up for its ‘The Perfect Deal Contest.’

The campaign will run from October 4th to November 13, customers who participate stand a chance to win up to RM15,000 worth of prizes. It includes two limited edition SYM Attila Elizabeth automatic scooters, designed with emojis. The one-of- a-kind retro style Pepsimoji scooters were specially commissioned and assembled in Malaysia.

The contest was launched to promote the Domino’s latest The Perfect Deal meal. The Perfect Deal meal is a combination of the recently-launched Fabulous Four and Domino’s 2 Pizza Deals which comes with a free 1.5 litre Pepsi.

To participate, after purchasing The Perfect Deal meal, consumers will have to log on to the contest microsite, fill the contest form and answer two simple questions.

Linda Hassan, Deputy GM of Marketing Domino’s Pizza Malaysia and Singapore shared that the brand is excited to have the opportunity to collaborate with Pepsi.

“The Perfect Deal showcases our most popular items on the menu and this reflects our on-going commitment to providing great value for money meals while catering to our customers’ top picks. Furthermore, along with the meal, The Perfect Deal Contest is indeed a perfect platform for us to engage and reward our loyal customers,” added Linda.

“We have been working together with Domino’s Pizza for a long time and our products are known to complement each other. Through this collaboration, we hope to create an exciting platform to engage with our joint consumer database to provide them with an enhanced experience,” said Gerald Lee, Etika (formerly known as Permanis Sandilands Sdn Bhd) Vice President of Sales.

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