Gurkha Scavenger Hunt 2017

Gurkha to Hold Scavenger Hunt in Atlanta on June 3, 2017

Gurkha Cigars is hosting a cigar centered interactive “smokin’” scavenger hunt in Atlanta. The hunt will be held throughout Atlanta on Saturday, June 3rd, 2017, from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm.

“Atlanta has been such a strong supporter of Gurkha Cigars and we are thrilled to work with local retailers to create an activity where our customers can have a great time and also celebrate their love of a good smoke,” said Juan Lopez, National Sales Director, Gurkha Cigars. “Giving a customer a box of cigars per month for a year is an unprecedented prize for the cigar industry and one we are excited to give.”

There is no cost to join but participants will be required to purchase Gurkha cigars at scavenger hunt stops to receive the next clue as well as a variety of Gurkha merchandise including tin signs, flasks, Gurkha t-shirt, cigar carrying case. All participants must pre-register at their website to participate.

Participants will meet at Cigar Depot at 4900 Stewart Mill Road, to receive their first clue. The hunt will take them to several select cigar lounges throughout the city and they will have the opportunity to collect Gurkha merchandise along the way.

The Gurkha Cigars Social Media Scavenger Hunt will conclude with a party that is open to all at Paradise Island Smoke Shop, 3316 Snapfinger Rd, Suite H, Lithonia, GA. The winner will receive an unprecedented grand prize of a box of Gurkha Cigars each month for one year estimated at a retail value of more than $2,400 and lots of Gurkha merchandise. Second and third place winners will receive a box of Gurkha cigars and a Gurkha backpack filled with Gurkha merchandise.

More details & registration: Gurkha Scavenger Hunt Atlanta 2017

Gurkha Scavenger Hunt Atlanta 2017


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