Mastertons Coffee and Tea Specialists in collaboration with Chipembere Rhino Foundation will award one lucky coffee-loving rhino supporter an all-expenses paid* trip to Hillsnek Safari Camp.
This July sees the launch of a national campaign to drive sales of the #roastedforacause coffee blend. For every 250g bag of Mastertons Chipembere Rhino Blend purchased, R5 is donated to the Chipembere Rhino Foundation (CRF) to aid their rhino conservation efforts.
The campaign is a national competition whereby entrants need to purchase a promotional coffee pack that depicts a unique code. Entrants will then need to capture the unique code and their contact details on the Mastertons website. The winner will be announced on Saturday 22 September which is World Rhino Day. To increase the chances of winning, entrants are legible to enter each time they purchase Mastertons Chipembere Rhino Blend over the campaign period.
The lucky winner and their partner will enjoy a 2-night stay at HillsNek Safari Camp which is positioned in the Amakhala Game Reserve, Eastern Cape, South Africa. This intimate family-run lodge set on the banks of the Bushman’s River offers an extraordinary safari experience where privacy and personalised attention is the hallmark of every stay.
The campaign seeks to boost all contributions to Chipembere Rhino Foundation. Funding received through the sales of Mastertons Chipembere Rhino Coffee Blend is used to establish and maintain anti-poaching K9 teams in the Eastern Cape while also training anti-poaching K9s to track and apprehend suspected poachers, and to provide invaluable assistance at poaching crime scenes.
Promotional packs can be found countrywide at all @home stores and select SPAR and independent retailers throughout the Eastern Cape and Garden Route. In addition, all promotional packs will be available for purchase at the Mastertons Roastery and Online Store.
For more information about Mastertons Chipembere Rhino Coffee Blend or for stockist details, please visit www.mastertonscoffee.co.za. We also invite you to visit the Chipembere Rhino Foundation at www.chipembere.org or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Chipembererhinofoundation.