Create Wavy Masterpieces With The Flavour Waves Creator
Introducing The Stimorol Waves Flavour Creator that lets users over the age of 16 create awesome and unique audio-visuals to describe Stimorol’s Wave tastes, sounds and illustrations to share on social media.
Competition entrants can rearrange and review ten unique and wavy audio-visual clips on the Flavour Creator to make their very own masterpiece that combines distinct tastes, sounds, and illustrations that make up the experience of chewing on Stimorol Waves.
Trushann Thomas, Category Brand Manager: Gum, said that they’re excited about the Flavour Waves Creator which lets consumers create a visual representation of the new Stimorol Waves gum.
“Chewing on this flavourful gum stimulates a number of senses and we’re excited to see the various interpretations of this,” she said.
The amazing part of all this is that consumers that create a visual representation of the new Stimorol Waves gum STAND A CHANCE TO WIN BIG weekly prizes and get to walk away with a Stimorol Waves voucher, a free bottle of this candy like gum which comes in Peppermint and Tropical flavours.
And as if that’s not enough, Stimorol will pick one lucky participant to a win a grand multisensorial experience in their city along with three friends worth R50 000. Yes you read right, 50K. But to be eligible, participants will need to share their Flavour Wave video on social media in order to qualify.
To take part in The Flavour Wave Creator, visit www.stimorolwaves.co.za and get started in curating your very own Flavour Wave video.
The Flavour Wave Creator is live and will run until 6 August 2019.
For more information, follow Stimorol #FlavourWaves on Facebook and @StimorolSA on Instagram and Twitter.
Braam Vibes wishes you all the best of luck, get to creating with Stimorol’s Wave Gum.
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