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Power up this Heritage month with an energy drink

Score, the energy drink with attitude and a proud supporter of youth development, has released a limited edition can in a striking African print-inspired design in celebration of Heritage Day.

In the spirit of paying it forward, Score is offering loyal fans a month of rewards and a chance of getting their share of R250 000 in cash when purchasing these Heritage cans. In addition to the on-pack instant rewards, further prizes are up for grabs for the most striking name for Score’s Limited Edition Sparkling Cranberry flavour.

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To enter follow #ScoreYouDecide on Score’s Facebook, Twitter or Instagram platforms or visit the website. Also, why not double your power and stay ahead of the game with Score’s famous double shot of Guarana and a generous dose of B vitamins.

This limited edition energy drink will be available at selected outlets for the entire month of September in recognition of the nation’s diverse cultural heritage. Be sure to get your hands on these heritage cans and be a part of all the Score Action!

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