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by yasmin ramlan
Noor Fazleen Ariffadzilah one of the 50 lucky winners who has been chosen for a trip to England
IT’S like a dream come true for Senheng Electric (KL) Sdn. Bhd. 50 lucky winners who get the chance to go for a trip to England for seven days and six nights.
The winners were chosen through participation in the “Power Up Shop & Win Contest” organised by Senheng in conjunction with the 24th anniversary celebration.
They were sent a trip to England to support Datuk Lee Chong Wei during his mission in winning the All England Badminton Championship.
Of the 50, 12 were from Selangor, followed by Johor with eight winners and six from Kuala Lumpur.
“I spent about RM1,800 for mobile phone Samsung S4 and I didn’t expect at all that I could be one of the winner.
“I fill in the contest form just for fun and luckily, I got a phone call from Senheng on early February to join this trip as one of the winners,” said clerk Noor Fazleen Ariffadzilah.
“Actually, I didn’t know they (Senheng) organised this contest. But I just tried my luck and see how it goes.
“However, when I got a phone call from Senheng, I was a bit suspicious if I had to pay anything, but they told me no payment needed,” said one of the winners, Mohd Khairulfadly Abd Halim, who bought a Samsung mobile phone for his father at RM1,699.
The contest is open to all PlusOne members who spent RM999 and above in a single receipt at any Senheng outlets or senQ Digital Stations nationwide.
Through the contest, Senheng and its partners generated sales more than RM210 million in three months.
Among the partners in the collaboration were Samsung Malaysia, AEON Credit Service (M) Berhad and CIMB Bank.
The contest attracted more than 350,000 entries around Malaysia within three months.
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