V Energy fans practise their spelling

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  • December 11, 2015
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V Energy fans practise their spelling

V energy are sparking interest yet again with their latest promotional campaign by Colenso BBDO asking people to use letters on cans and bottles of V to spell out their heart’s desire then share it on social media for the possibility of winning their wish as a prize.


We’ve got $100K to crank up your summer. Want something?Spell it, shoot it, share it with #VCHAT. If it stands out, we’ll sort you out!T&Cs apply: http://on.fb.me/1MYHBJT

Posted by V Energy NZ on Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Creative juices have certainly started flowing with one user asking V for a car just like the green model made with V packaging and another asking for help with his Waiheke Island wedding.

Jeeeeze check out this artsy brother of mine!  #VCHAT

Posted by Jonea Dance on Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Come on Facebook people share with #vchat  and help us win......

Posted by Aaron Clyde on Sunday, 29 November 2015

While V’s last campaign saw the guarana infused beverage moving beyond the energy drink to market and sell 200 one of a kind branded T shirts which came from a mural spray painted by Mr G Hoete, the latest campaign is a return to pure product promotion.

In other V energy drink news, Jono Pryor appears to be winning the Jono V Ben promotion between the two TV funny men whose image is plastered respectively on two different flavours of V energy drink after a user on social media today posted a picture of the respective bottles of Jono and Ben V with Ben’s V retailing for a mere $1.99 while Jono’s was going for $3.05.

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