Beginner’s luck nets actress brand new car

Yeow (back row, left) and Michael (back row, third from left) with Marlia (front row centre, in black blouse) and other contest winners.

ACTRESS Datin Marlia Musa was shocked when her name was announced as the grand prize winner of the Isetan unBELIevable MyDebit contest.

For her effort, she will be driving home in a new Honda City worth over RM73,000.

Marlia said, “This win is an extremely pleasant surprise and a great way to start my year.

“This is proof that shopping has its privileges — thank you Isetan and MyDebit for this opportunity.

“I have been shopping at Isetan in Malaysia for years and I feel this is the best celebration of our relationship, ” she said, adding that it was her first time participating in a contest after her daughter’s encouragement.

The top 15 winners of the contest were announced at a prize-giving ceremony at Traders Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.

Other prizes included Ogawa Master Drive Plus, Mido wristwatches, Imayo jewellery, Dyson Airwrap, Polo Ralph Lauren voucher as well as RM1,000, RM500 and RM300 worth of Isetan vouchers.

The contest, which ran for three months and attracted over 3,400 entries, created greater awareness on using MyDebit ATM cards to pay for purchases.

Present at the event was Isetan Kuala Lumpur managing director Koji Oyama, Payments Network Malaysia Sdn Bhd (PayNet) director Michael Kumar and Isetan general manager Yeow Kah Chong.

Oyama said response was very encouraging and it nurtured a positive partnership between Isetan and PayNet, adding that while their stores offered a wide range of attractive and quality products, PayNet gave customers a safe and reliable way to make payment.

“Our complementing offerings make shopping a delightful experience, ” he added.

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