One of South Africa's most endangered mammals - the Riverine Rabbit - will again receive a helping hand from its chocolate cousin when Lindt Master Chocolatiers donates a percentage of sales from any Lindt Gold Bunny to the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) Riverine Rabbit Programme. Last year the company donated R250 000 from Easter sales to the EWT.
One lucky consumer will again stand the chance of winning a five-star getaway to the Sanbona Wildlife Reserve in the Western Cape, one of the few remaining places with sustainable populations of the Riverine Rabbit.
At the V&A Waterfront this Easter, the Lindt Chocolatiers are inviting children to hop down and hunt for goodies in the Lindt Gold Bunny Maze from 30 March-8 April 2012.
Located in the centre's Barrow Court, the maze of live vegetation, courtesy of Starke Ayres Garden Centre, will be in the shape of the brand's bunny where children under the age of 10 will be able to participate in daily Easter Egg Hunts and sample the chocolate. There will also be a colouring-in competition for children and a till-slip competition where Moms & Dads who have purchased any Easter product stand a chance to win a R1000 hamper and a 1 kg Lindt Gold Bunny.
Other celebratory malls:
Cape Quarter - From 2-5 April, promotional girls will hand out Lindt surprises. There will also be a till-slip competition exclusive to Cape Quarter Spar customers, where they can win Lindt Easter hampers.
Hyde Park - an Easter Programme on 3,4,5,7 April with a R50 entrance that goes to EWT Trust. Activities include complimentary movie ticket, workshops, colouring-in competition and face painting.
Walmer Park - Easter Garden from 30 March to 9 April with surprises. On 9 April, there will be an Easter Egg Hunt around the mall.
Garden Route Mall - Easter Egg hunt on 31 March where someone can win a hamper and a family getaway to Kuzuko Lodge.
Lindt Invitation - from 30 March to 9 April, surprises and colouring-in competition for kids.
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