VIVA kicks off the FIFA World Cup with the “football burger”
May 28, 2010 - 10:00 am (CET)
- The 19th FIFA World Cup starts on June 11, 2010 and will be hosted by South Africa for the first time
- VIVA will start selling its new “football burger” already from May 31, 2010 to get everyone in a mood for football
- Sandwiches from VIVA are a good option for a snack between meals and are freshly prepared several times a day
When football fever breaks out on June11, 2010, there will be even more reason to stop at any OMV filling station with a VIVA shop: for the duration of the FIFA World Cup the VIVA sandwich range will include a “football burger” made from ciabatta bread, hamburger, tomatoes, baby corn, onion rings, salad and a spicy sauce – a hearty snack, and not just for football fans.
As of June 11, 2010 this year, 32 countries will start their individual campaigns to win the FIFA World Cup, which is taking place on the African continent for the first time. In honour of this very special tournament, VIVA world of indulgence is launching a new burger that invites to experience the World Cup with all your senses.
A taste of South Africa
Harald Joichl, Head of OMVs filling station business in Austria and Germany: “The first World Cup in South Africa is a really special event, so we wanted to create a particularly special sandwich – one whose taste reflects the South African passion for barbecues.”
A total indulgence
The new “football burger” is certainly a well-rounded product: a football-shaped ciabatta roll with a tasty hamburger, fresh tomatoes, sweet-and-sour baby corn, crispy lollo verde lettuce and a wonderfully spicy sauce. And it is not just for football fans; it can be enjoyed by anyone that likes to eat tasty food with an international flavour.
VIVA world of indulgence is there to enjoy moments of indulgence, at any time. All VIVA snacks are of the highest quality and can be eaten on the spot or prepared to take away in handy to go packaging. The food is freshly prepared several times a day.
“VIVA world of indulgence provides high-quality, fresh food of the highest standards for you to enjoy: without freshness and quality there is no enjoyment. Anyone who chooses a product from our range always gets 100% - before, after or during the football World Cup. However, the ‘football burger’ will only be available during the World Cup,” said Harald Joichl.
For more information about OMV filling stations with VIVA in Austria, please visit www.omv.at
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OMV is the leading energy group in the European growth belt with oil and gas reserves of approximately. 1.19 bn boe, daily production of around 317,000 boe in Q1/10 and an annual refining capacity of approximately 26 mn t. OMV now has 2,331 filling stations as of Q1/10. The market share of the group in the R&M business segment in the Danube Region is now 20%.
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