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FANCY a trip to the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea?
In conjunction with Samsung’s ‘Our Games, Our Pride’ campaign, Samsung Malaysia Electronics will be sending 88 lucky Malaysians to cheer the national team at the 17th Asian Games next month.
Consumers purchasing any Samsung product worth more than RM1,500 at any Samsung Digital Centre or Mobile Brand Store will stand a chance to win a five-day, three-night trip to Incheon to support Team Samsung — Datuk Lee Chong Wei and Pandelela Rinong — at the Asian Games.
Customers need to keep receipts as proof of purchase.
They can register their participation at www.myasiangames.com.my to stand a chance to win a pair of tickets.
“Samsung strongly believes in the power
of sports to inspire and bring people together.
“This is why Samsung has continued to contribute to the advancement of the sports culture,” said Samsung Malaysia Electronics president Lee Dong Yong.
As a long-term prestige sponsor for the games, Samsung will be operating several innovative marketing initiatives designed to bring the Asian Games experience to audiences across Asia.
The initiatives include Team Samsung, Samsung Social Caster and the Samsung Most Value Player Award programme.
The Team Samsung programme brings together 26 top athletes from the national teams of China, Thailand, Malaysia, India and Jordan.
Samsung has been a sponsor for the Asian Games since 1986.
It will be providing multi-faceted support during the games, including mobile, audio and visual products and home appliances.
Samsung will also be supplying personal computers to Olympic personnel in the 17th Asian Games.
The contest ends on Aug 31.
For more information and to register, visit www.myasiangames.com.my.
Those interested can also visit www.samsung.com/my/ or follow Samsung Malaysia.
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