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There’s No Luxury Party Like a Bollinger Champagne’s Wedding Party

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There is no party like a Nigerian party. And for the prestigious and sophisticated french champagne, Bollinger, there’s no other party to be associated with.

So last weekend, when EbonyLife TV rolled out a dazzling red carpet for the Arabian themed premiere of its box office breaking sequel The Wedding Party 2, Bollinger Champagne also rolled out its glasses and treated guests to the fine taste of luxury, blended with character and elegance. And trust Nigerians to know a good thing when they find one, the Bollinger bar was constantly crowded with celebrities and top dignitaries, wanting more than just a glass.

But the excitement didn’t end at the bar. Viewers were also treated to rib-cracking scenes in the movie where Bollinger featured, most famously the scene with Sola Sobowale and Frank Donga.

 

This isn’t the first time Bollinger is sponsoring a big screen movie. For many years, the internationally recognised, premium wine has been a long standing partner of James Bond movies, which is in line with the brand’s spirit of celebrating perfection.

Bollinger is marketed everywhere in Nigeria by Brian Munro Limited. To give your next event an unforgettable taste of luxury, contact:

Motunrayo Abiona
Brand Manager, Wine Category (Connoisseur)
Brian Munro Limited
25 Ize Iyamu Street, Oregun, Ikeja.
P.O Box 261 Lagos, Nigeria
☎   +234818 211 9068      +234811 249 3938
E-mail: [email protected]

www.bmlng.com/videoclip

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2 Comments

  1. Fleur

    December 17, 2017 at 2:56 am

    Why do we overdo stuff? I guess until January all I will see are Arabian nights inspired parties? We just love other cultures, dont we, and we love to overdo anything!

  2. TEE

    December 17, 2017 at 9:10 am

    Na wa oo Naija people just hate themselves. everyone just want to be foreign, so many people with skewed mentality, Lack of patriotism and over dependency on everything foreign is one of our downfall. They just pay lip service to their cultural heritage for photo opportunity in weddings anything else they dont care. its a shame really.

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