Miller takes winners to Big Apple

HARARE - Two Miller Genuine Draft consumers will win an all-expense paid five-day trip to New York from June 7 to June 11.

Miller Genuine Draft, a Delta Beverages beer brand, is running the prime and exciting Miller Music Tour promotion where a person has to buy three units of the brand and fill in an entry form to enter.

The promotion, which is open to people aged 21 and above, will run until January 31.

The Miller Music Tour competition has come to Sub-Saharan Africa for the first time in five years.

Zimbabwe and South Africa are the only African countries participating and will be joining 19 other participating countries in the whole world.

The promotion takes the winners to various destinations which are music and entertainment hubs.

In previous years, the Tour has explored cities like Las Vegas, Miami, Los Angeles, London and San Francisco. It is the turn of the Big Apple to play host this year.

Globally recognised as one of the most exciting and cosmopolitan cities in the world, New York City is the ultimate projection of Miller Time.

Often described as New York City in a bottle, Miller Genuine Draft and New York City are perfect partners.
This year’s Miller Music Tour will allow the winners to experience the possibilities and excitement of NYC for longer than ever before.

Exploring urban centres like these and uncovering their most interesting aspects is exactly what Miller Genuine Draft is all about.

Winners will get an opportunity to experience New York’s party life which includes rooftop parties, underground clubbing and many others.

So far guest artistes have not been revealed but previously there was Snoop Dog, Pink, Black Eyed Peas, LL Cool J, Pharell and Jay Z.

Winners chauffeur-driven to all destinations, get to travel in a private jet and have backstage passes to exclusive night clubs and musical concerts.

Miller Genuine Draft is a beer of American origin and was first sold by Delta Beverages in Zimbabwe in 2009. - Entertainment Writer

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