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Molson Coors mobile vouchering promotion

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If you haven’t done so already, now is the time to activate your Coors Light, Carling or Grolsh mobile vouchering promotion.

Here are some details about the promotion we want you to note:

  • When your customer downloads their voucher, they will only be able to redeem it for their free half pint 24 hours later, so it encourages them to come back to your bar
  • Getting your bar staff behind it and actively promoting the chance to get a free half pint will encourage voucher downloads
  • Texts are only charged at standard network tariff, so please don’t worry about your customers being charged for texts

We want you to get the most from this promotion, so please don’t delay in activating it. You can download the bar staff briefing here. Please make sure you utilise the POS pack.

We are also preparing some images you can use on your Facebook pages to help you promote the offer to your students. If there’s any other support you feel would help you to activate this promotion, please let us know.

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