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Tusker Lite hosts the first Lite the way party

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Kenya Breweries Limited (KBL) hosted the first #LITETHEWAY party, courtesy of Tusker Lite over the weekend. Kenya’s leading DJs headlined the event at the K1 Club House in Westlands, from 6pm Saturday till 6:00am on Sunday.

Mixing the best of local and international hits were DJ Creepa – voted among the top Deejays in East Africa at the Pioneer Dj Competitions and DJ Stretch – The crowned Capital One presenter. The two enthralled revellers in the dusk-to-dawn party.
According to the Brand Manager Tusker Lite, Evans Mbugua the brand is definitely upping the game, infusing excitement and fun to the party experience.

“Through the party, the campaign seeks to meet the discerning consumer demand for alternative options to enhance their party experiences,” added Mbugua.

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