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Share A Toblerone and Win A Trip for TWO to Switzerland

Everybody loves chocolates and who wouldn't want to receive some and turn his or her day special? And here's the best part, aside from making someone's day special with Toblerone, you also get a chance to visit Switzerland.




#MakeSomeonesDay with Toblerone Contest was announced and it coincided with the launch of the new Toblerone Snow Top. Its so easy to join and you're bound to make someone's day happy, too. Simple share your love and say it with- Toblerone!

You can choose among the new Toblerone Snow Top, Toblerone Crunchy Almonds or from any of the six customized Toblerone sleeves with messages such as: "I Love You," "Good Job," "Stay Awesome," "Congratulations," "Happy Birthday," and "Thank You."



Post away your photo on your FB as you hand your gifts to your love ones and don't forget to add the hastag #MakeSomeonesDay and tag Toblerone Pilipinas FB Page. The more posts you make, the more entries you get and the nearer Switzerland becomes. And there's more, there's going to be a weekly raffle for a deliciously huge 4.5 kilo Toblerone bar. OMG! That's really a huge bar of sweetness personified. ;)

Make Every Day A Special Day with Toblerone.


Read more about the Toblerone Snow Top launch here.



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