After some free fast coffee and an even faster free car? Well here's your chance to get both under your belt. CIBO Espresso have launched their new app due to consumer demands, providing you with the coffee much needed to be time efficient with the fast-paced environment that is your life! Morning coffee runs just became a hell of a lot easier.
You'll finally get to work on time with a fresh coffee in hand, while putting yourself in the running to win a Ferrari 360 Spider. CIBO Espresso have enjoyed a rapid growth in coffee lovers and combined their terrific barista skills-that-kills with technology to get your order at any of the 32 stores around Adelaide. Just download the CIBO Espresso app, activate your account and receive your first coffee on the house (and that 'Rari if you're lucky).
If you continue to order via the App between November 14 to December 11, you put yourself in a great possie to win that fast-car Tracey Chapman was singing about. You can download the App through Apple and Google Play right fricken now! Thanks to CIBO Espresso Rundle Mall, Grays PR and Hit107 Adelaide for an awesome launch.
Images via Alexia Frangos.
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