Kasapreko Alomo Sankwan Train hits Accra on Saturday

The biggest weekend party event is back in town as Kasapreko Alomo Sankwan promises a special party treatment ever at its weekly tour which finally hits Accra come Saturday, April 10, 2016 at Candies, Haatso.

The train, powered by Strategic Communications Limited, has been to Kumasi with Ofori Amponsah Dade Opanka and Koo Ntakra. It has also been to Tarkwa, Sekondi, Cape Coast, Techiman and Koforidua.

Awarded the Activation of the Year, the train visits various spots in targeted regions in Ghana to promote products manufactured by the Kasapreko Company Limited and to also bring Ghanaians together.

Kasapreko has collaborated with the Centre for Scientific Research into Plant Medicine (CRPM) and invested in research in plants that are most viable and useful to the human body even when consumed for recreational purposes. These are the plants the company uses to manufacture its drinks.

The Executive Director of the Centre, in a publication in January, Dr. Augustine Ocloo advised consumers of herbal alcoholic drinks to check for the mark of efficacy on the products before consumption. Kasapreko has successfully acquired this mark and it is displayed on all products of the company.

Saturday’s Alomo Sankwan, will have live band performances by Ghanaian artistes, good food and as usual, the Kasapreko assorted drinks. People who go to the Sankwan locations have won prizes such as mobile phones, electric irons, solar lamps, T-shirts and free drinks from Kasapreko.

Kasapreko recently revamped its Alomo Bitters and Alomo Silver Bottle. The company has also introduced the Alomo Black and Alomo Gold.

The general public is cordially invited to come enjoy authentic Alomo, good music and walk away with fantastic prizes.

Written by Web Master

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