STAND A CHANCE TO WIN A CHAPPIES COLAB HAMPER
South Africa’s number one bubblegum Chappies is an iconic local brand that is renowned for its delicious fruity flavours, bubble-blowing fun and of course, the awesome DID YOU KNOW? facts inside the colourful wrappers.
Did you know that Chappies has been around for 60 years and that almost 7 million Chappies is chewed per day?
And with so much to celebrate here is your chance to WIN a Chappies Colab hamper to the value of R300, including Chappies Product and a Bluetooth Speaker.
Stokvel Talk and Chappies are giving 04 lucky readers an opportunity to win Chappies hamper worth R300. To stand a chance of winning simply answer the below question:
When was Chappies bubble gum introduced in South Africa?
Please send your correct answers to the following email, firstname.lastname@example.org
Competition closes on the 17 November 2017 and winners will be notified via telephone.
Terms and Conditions apply.
10 DID YOU KNOW FACTS ABOUT CHAPPIES BUBBLEGUM
1.DID YOU KNOW?
Chappies bubble gum was introduced in South Africa in the late 1940s
2.DID YOU KNOW?
Chappies was created by Arthur Ginsburg while working for Chapelat Sweets, a Johannesburg based confectionery manufacturer
3.DID YOU KNOW?
By the late 1970s the brand had spread to Zambia, the Congo area, and Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe)
4.DID YOU KNOW?
In the 1970s Ginsburg and his partners decided to sell Chappies to Cadbury, which still owns the brand today
5.DID YOU KNOW?
In 2012, Chappies gave fans the chance to submit their own ‘Did You Know?’ facts for inclusion in their famous Chappies wrappers. 170 new facts were added.
6.DID YOU KNOW?
Anele Mdoda and Caster Semenya are local celebrities mentioned in Chappies Did You Know Facts.
7.DID YOU KNOW?
Chappies has been SA’s best-selling bubblegum for more than 50 years.
8.DID YOU KNOW?
About 10 000 tons of Chappies bubblegum is produced each year
9.DID YOU KNOW?
One in seven South Africans eats bubblegum every day
10.DID YOU KNOW?
The first set of ‘Did you Know’ questions was formulated by The Three Wise Men, a popular quiz programme on Springbok Radio featuring Eric Rosenthal, Arthur Blexley and Dennis Glauber. The company later approached academics from Wits University to come up with lists of factual questions
For more information, and to keep track of the Chappies Collab, visit the Chappies Facebook page.
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