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Go to exotic Mauritius with Shell V-Power.

Vivo Energy, the company behind the downstream distribution of Shell fuel and lubricants, last week launched another promotional campaign to promote Shell V-Power petrol. Vivo energy said the ultimate winner walks away with an exotic holiday.

This campaign follows in the wake of the extremely successful Land Cruiser competition Vivo hosted earlier this year.

The new Shell V-Power campaign started last week and runs until 05 September 2014. Motorists participate in this campaign at Shell service stations.

Customers can participate on site by buying any Shell lubricant in the shop worth N$50 or N$ 35 to stand a chance of winning great monthly prizes, such as wheels and tyres. The grand prize at the end of the campaign is an all-expenses paid trip for two to Mauritius.

"Shell V-Power Unleaded is 95 octane across the entire country, which is great for motorists as most engines today are designed to operate optimally on 95 octane petrol. Shell V-Power is our premium grade fuel and is formulated by the same Shell scientists who design the fuel for the Ferrari Formula 1 team," said Vivo adding that it has been formulated to meet the latest environmental standards. It reduces engine deposits, help engines achieve optimum combustion, and roduce less emissions. Vivo Energy Namibia Managing Director, Johan Grobbelaar said Vivo Energy is committed to giving more value for money. Shell V-Power Unleaded is no ordinary fuel, its added additives protects your engine to give you maximum performance,"

Caption: For all those Namibians who have never seen a Formula 1 Ferrari, Vivo Energy had one on display last week at the launch of its new Shell V-Power campaign.

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Publication:Namibia Economist (Windhoek, Namibia)
Date:Jun 13, 2014
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