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Monteith's introduces six reasons to love Xmas

October 26, 2005

Monteith's introduces six great reasons to love Christmas

Christmas is a time to celebrate and to share the good things in life with the ones we love. With the introduction of the limited release Monteith's Mixed 6 Pack, there's even more reason to share some good cheer this festive season.

The Mixed 6 Pack will include one of each of the Monteith's Classics Range - Original, Black, Golden, Celtic, Pilsner and Radler - as well as a stylish Monteith's keyring bottle opener.

The variety means the pack is perfect as a Christmas gift or to take along to a Christmas function such as a dinner or party.

Monteith's Brand Manager, Jacqui Jones says the limited edition Mixed 6 Pack gives consumers the opportunity to try a new Monteith's variant.

"We know that sometimes people are reluctant to buy a six-pack of a variant they haven't tried before in case it's not one they enjoy. The Monteith's Mixed 6 Pack provides the opportunity to try the whole range of the Monteith's Classics.

"The keyring bottle opener was included to make the Mixed 6 Pack a great option for a Christmas gift or really convenient to take to parties or BBQs. And there's nothing to say you can't buy the Monteith's Mixed 6 Pack as a present for yourself - after all, it is Christmas!"

The new Monteith's Mixed 6 Pack will be available from 14th November at supermarkets and liquor outlets nationally and will have a recommended retail price of $14.95.


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