I’ve written about #JustGoodGin Sugarbird Fynbos Gin before. Read on to find out how you can win a bottle of Sugarbird Gin for yourself.
But first, here’s an update: this week they exceeded their goal. How wonderful is that? But they’re not done yet. Now they have their sights set on the title of the highest-funded campaign of all time in South Africa, and to achieve that, they need to raise R1 082 000. They’ve extended their deadline with two more weeks.
A win for entrepreneurs
By reaching this new goal, the can make more gin, take this proudly South African tipple to Europe, and hire staff. If you’re passionate about entrepreneurship, you can get access to the first KOI strategy entrepreneurial bootcamp for R850 (normal price R7 000).
A win for investors
Want to make a serious investment? Own a batch of 1 000 bottles of Sugarbird Gin. Pre-purchase a batch for R100 000, keep the profit of R25 000 and be part of our success. You don’t have to worry about sales, marketing, distribution or for any logistics. Your profit is your reward for being part of the South African gin revolution, and return on investment within six months is guaranteed.
Personally, I have my eye on the R19 500 pledge (I hope the Birthday Squirrel and Santa is reading this post). I mean, who wouldn’t want a Stokperd designer gin trolley, fully stocked with 35 of South Africa’s best craft gins delivered to their door.
Small pledge for the chance to win
OK, this is the part where you can WIN. To stand a chance of winning a bottle of Sugarbird Gin, all you need to do is go to https://www.thundafund.com/…/5652771571236…/5630219436163072 and pledge R75. Post the message: Syllable sent me and you’re in the draw. And to make sure I can get in touch with you if you win, please comment below.
Of course, you can make any pledge and still be in the draw, simply post the message on the campaign page and comment here.
- This competition is only open to South African residents and the closing date is midnight on 10 November.
- The winner will be announced here following a random draw, and contacted through Facebook.
- If the winner doesn’t respond within 24 hours of being contacted, a new winner will be selected.