The Anchor Bottle Cap Cup is a promotion where your school can accumulate Anchor Bottle Caps through students, staff and their families purchasing any Anchor white milk product. Your school can collect the caps in the provided collection box and send them in to us for counting. The school with the most caps collected will win themselves a School Van and the school placed 2nd will win a school visit with Tom Walsh plus other great prizes to be won!
To enter your school into the Anchor Bottle Cap Cup you must be a current staff member at a school. Visit www.bottlecapcup.anchordairy.com and follow the ‘Sign Up’ link where you will be asked for contact details for yourself and your school, as well as the size of your school.
The promotion will run from the 1st of April 2019 till the 10th of June 2019, so be sure that you submit all your collected bottle caps so they reach us by 10 June 2019 to be in to win! Winners will be announced on 17th of June 2019.
Simply buy any eligible Anchor milk product and deposit the bottle caps in the collection box provided to the school. Your school will then send the bottle caps to us for counting and recycling.
Anchor Blue Top (1L, 2L,3L), Anchor Lite (1L,2L,3L), Anchor Calci + Trim (1L,2L), Anchor Trim (1L,2L), Anchor Silver Top (2L), Anchor Zero Lacto Trim (1L), Anchor Zero Lacto Blue (1L), Anchor Protein+ (2L), Anchor Organic Blue (2L), Anchor Organic Trim (2L), Anchor a2 Milk™ Blue (1L, 2L), Anchor a2 Milk™ Lite (1L, 2L) and Anchor Cream (300ml, 500ml, 1L, 2L).
Your school can submit the collected bottle caps by sending a full photocopy paper sized cardboard box (size specifications for this are specified in your Anchor Bottle Cap Cup welcome pack) with one of the prepaid courier slips to the address: Punch Promotions, C/- Tradezone Pukekohe, 139 Manukau Road, Pukekohe.
Once you have collected enough caps to fill a photocopy paper sized cardboard box, simply attach the prepaid courier slip provided to you in your welcome pack and return it to the specified address. Continue collecting as many bottle caps as you can until the competition is finished. You can send in multiple full boxes throughout the duration of the Bottle Cap Cup competition. Also if you require additional prepaid courier slips please contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure that you submit all your collected bottle caps so they reach us by 10 June 2019 to be in to win! Winners will be announced on 17th June 2019.
For more info on prizes visit www.bottlecapcup.anchordairy.com/prizes
Yes! This year we are having one prize pool and to give every school an equal chance we will be calculating the average number of bottle caps collected per school per student.
To make sure that your school is eligible to win, make sure you have signed up on www.bottlecapcup.anchordairy.com and sent in your collected bottle caps by the 10th of June.
Yes, your school does need to intend to compete at the Anchor AIMS Games 2019. However, you can still sign up for the Anchor Bottle Cap Cup even if you have not registered your school for the Anchor AIMS Games yet.
You do not need any proof of purchase of the Anchor products. Simply deposit your Anchor bottle cap in your school’s collection box and it will be counted towards your schools total.
Winners of the Anchor Bottle Cap Cup will be notified by phone on the number provided on the sign up form. Other schools will be notified by email or phone about their prizes.
Your school can submit as many full photocopy cardboard boxes of bottle caps as you like so you can continue recycling right until the end of the competition. Just ensure all the collected bottle caps reach us by 10 June 2019. Get in contact with the team at email@example.com if you require additional courier slips.
Once you have registered your school your welcome pack and collection box will arrive by 1 April 2019.
Once your school has collected the bottle caps and sent them in to us, they will be counted, cleaned and recycled. Last year over 55,000 bottle caps were recycled into farm fence posts used on our dairy farms.