Posted 4th February

Roman launches Shower Surge, its first online game

By KBBDaily on 4th February 2019 - 15:30pm
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Shower manufacturer Roman has launched Shower Surge, its first online game, designed to “add another dimension” to the company’s social media channels.

The game is accessible from Roman’s website or its Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts. The aim of the game is to match as many ducks in any direction, with bigger combinations garnering better scores.

Players can submit their high scores by taking a screenshot and posting it on social media with the hashtags #showersurge and #pamperhamper. The player with the highest overall score will be revealed on 28th February and will receive an exclusive Roman at Home ‘pamper hamper’.

“We want to create both informative and fun social media platforms that offer our followers more than just product promotion,” said Roman managing director David Osborne.

“The idea of our Shower Surge game is to give people a 10-minute break from their working day where they can switch off and have some fun – it is also a bit of a challenge!”


Find Roman on social media:

Twitter: @romanltd

Facebook: Roman Showers

Instagram: @romanltd

 


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