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Thursday June 26, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Thursday June 26, 2014 MYT 12:23:52 PM
PETALING JAYA: Want to score more points to stand a higher chance of winning prizes at The Star’s newly launched Win with Words contest? Just stop by at the roadshows in various cities in the coming weekends.
To earn additional points for the word game which is being held in the run-up for the Merdeka Day celebration, the public can sign up for The Star Bundle – a one-year subscription package consisting of The Star newspaper and ePaper plus eflavours, the digital version of Malaysia’s premier food and lifestyle magazine Flavours – at the roadshows.
Subscribers of the bundle also get to enjoy digital versions of regional publications.
The word game is presented in four series over eight weeks.
The first-series roadshows, which will take place during the malls’ opening times, kick off tomorrow.
There will be roadshows in Tropicana City Mall in Petaling Jaya, Queensbay Mall in Penang and Giant Bercham in Ipoh from tomorrow until Sunday, and in Dataran Pahlawan Megamall, Malacca, on Saturday and Sunday.
The roadshows will then travel to AEON Big, Ampang, Tesco Gelugor in Penang, AEON Big in Seberang Jaya and Seremban Prima in Seremban for July 4 to 6.
The Star’s Win with Words is partnered by Hong Leong Bank and Naza Group of Companies’ subsidiary Nasim Sdn Bhd.
In each series of the contest, four letters of the alphabet will be published on Page 1 of The Star each day.
All readers have to do is cut out the letters and stick them onto the entry form published in The Star to create English words. They may accumulate as many forms as they want and submit to win.
The more completed entry forms sent in a single submission, the higher the points accumulated by a participant.
More than RM400,000 worth of prizes, including two Peugeot cars, await participants.
The Star’s Win with Words contest runs until Aug 17. For more information on the contest, visit thestar.com.my/winwithwords or call 1-300-30-4883.
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