ADVERTORIAL: Get ready to show off your Fresh Moves and Flip.Pop.Go at the Halls XS 360-degree selfie booths in Durban and Cape Town!

If you’re in Durban or Cape Town, prepare to capture your Flip.Pop.Go-inspired moves with the launch of the NEW mini-format Halls XS!

What’s Halls XS, you ask? It’s a refreshing candy that contains the cooling burst of mentholation for which Halls is known and loved, in an extra-small sphere. The sugar-free Halls XS candy has launched in three revitalising flavours: Mentholyptus, Lime and Watermelon, with each of them having a different level of cooling intensity.

To bring intense swag to your selfie game, find our Halls XS booths across the country and show us how you bring Flip.Pop.Go to life in your own unique way. Whether you’re flipping a gaming controller, popping that hip dance move, jumping like no-one is watching, or want a 360-degree shot of you cosplaying as your favourite fictional character, you can create your own personal 360-degree selfie.

A few of our fans have already brought this to life:

“Over the last few years we have seen a growing affinity for Halls from the youth. We therefore wanted to give them a refreshing candy that they can consume, on the go, in a stylish pack that will help them stand out in a crowd,” commented Robin Lesch, Category Brand Manager for Candy at Mondelez. “With the launch of Halls XS we are also giving consumers an opportunity to make the Flip.Pop.Go message their own by creating really cool 360-degree selfies, interpreting the slogan their own way.”

The Halls XS Flip.Pop.Go selfie booth will be popping up at the following places:


1 November: First Thursdays Station Drive at 6pm
3 to 4 November: Gateway Mall Foschini Court from 9am to 6pm

Cape Town:

9 to 11 November: V&A Waterfront Main Court from 9am to 9pm

Join us to snap your 360-degree, Flip.Pop.Go-inspired moves with Halls XS!

For more info about Halls XS, visit the Halls Facebook page, or follow our Twitter handle (@HallsSA), or follow us on Instagram using @Halls_SA. You can also track the hashtag #FlipPopGo.

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