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(From left) Proton Holdings deputy CEO Datuk Lukman Ibrahim, Khamil and group marketing, branding and motorsports director Pat Wahid at the launch of the ‘Nama Siapa Hebat’ contest recently.
PROTON Holdings Bhd recently launched the “Nama Siapa Hebat” contest, inviting Malaysians to contribute ideas for the name of its upcoming compact car.
The grand prize for the contest, which ends on July 25, is a premium version of the new model, while other attractive prizes include cash prizes, holiday packages and electrical gadgets worth more than RM120,000.
Proton executive chairman Tan Sri Mohd Khamil Jamil said the new model was expected to be revealed in the first half of next year.
“As a national automotive company, it is only right that the Malaysian public plays a significant role in naming the new Proton car.”
“The all-new model reiterates our commitment to Malaysians, especially our customers, in continuing to provide choices while producing safe, quality and value-for-money cars. We are very excited about this contest and we hope that Malaysians will be, too.”
Malaysians from the age of 12 and above are eligible to participate in the “Nama Siapa Hebat” contest.
All names must be in Bahasa Malaysia and no more than six letters.
Forms for the contest are available at Proton Service Centres nationwide. For details, visit namasiapahebat.proton.com.
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