It was a day of music and dance in Abuja when National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members were treated to a sampling party by Clover West Africa, makers of Tropika fruit juice. The corps members were thrilled with various genre of music by the Disc Jockey (DJ).
The sampling party afforded them an opportunity to compete in the limbo dance, sipping and fastest drinker competitions. Winners of the dance competition received various prizes such as Tropika Laptop jacket, T-shirts, note pads, packs of Tropika fruit juice of different variants, among other items. Stella Chukwumah, a graduate of Mass Communication from the University of Port Harcourt said: “I like Tropika because it tastes natural and not watery in any form”.
While Sandra Nwamaka Akoma, a graduate of Science and Technology from the Federal University of Technology, Minna who won the Tropika dance competition said: “Tropika is nice and less acidic and I can tell anybody because I have tasted it.”
Ayeni Daniel, a native of Kogi State and a graduate of Computer Science from the University of Abuja, said: “Tropika is richer in quality and taste. I can say that Tropika will take the beverage market by storm, it’s only a matter of time” Tropika is made from real dairy skimmed milk and fruit juice and is available in orange, pineapple, mango peach, coco pine and apple variants. The uniquely smooth taste is sure to refresh consumers of all classes.