McCain Launches the new limited edition Spicy Wedges with a surprise intersection giveaway
Issued by Sabio Communications on behalf of McCain - Nov 7th 2017, 11:21
McCain South Africa recently upped the spice and launched the new limited-edition McCain Spicy Wedges by surprising people travelling home from work on Friday the 3rd of November.
People travelling past M68 and Klipspruit Valley Road in Soweto, Johannesburg were given a free pack of McCain Spicy Wedges to try out.
The new limited-edition McCain Spicy Wedges are the perfect big bite, crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside with a hint of spice. Overall 2000 pack of McCain Spicy Wedges were handed out to people travelling through the intersection, in the hopes of adding spice to their Friday night dinners.
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