Malta Guinness over the weekend marked 30 years of brewing in Ghana with exciting activities with customers.
Over 1,000 customers joined Malta Guinness brand ambassadors, Geovanni Caleb and Berla Mundi, to climb the Aburi Mountains, an activity dubbed ‘Malta Guinness Goodness on the Hill’.
Also, customers who participated in the keep fit exercise were refreshed with bottles of Malta Guinness as they climbed the mountain.
The activity also created a platform for interactions among all participants present.
Marketing Director for Guinness Ghana Limited, Kweku Sekyi-Cann, said the engagement with customers was to enable them to share in the success story by rewarding them with prizes.
“There are four stylish Goodness Cups to collect, each featuring the name of a popular Ghanaian dance style to encourage you to get up and move with the energy and vitality of Malta Guinness”, he added. Kweku hinted to participants about the #Maltavators, the Malta Guinness squad roaming the length and breadth of Ghana and rewarding cherished consumers with free bottles of our best ever tasting Malt. So Ghanaians should be on the lookout and follow the Facebook page (@MaltaGuinnessGhana) for more details,” he said.
“Our brand new re-sealable PET bottles of Malta Guinness are perfect for energy and vitality on the go! The bottles come with a refreshing liquid enriched with the rich satisfying flavour of Malta Guinness,” he adds.
He explained that Malta Guinness is brewed right here in Ghana through a unique process incorporating locally sourced natural ingredients like malted barley, maize, sorghum, and hops through the efforts of 1,200 employees who ensure quality results for Ghanaians. The company produces 50,000,000 litres of Malta Guinness each year.
Malta Guinness, enriched with vitamins and irons has refreshed Ghanaians with goodness and vitality since 1989 and has been the most loved malt brand in Ghana.