THREE lucky winners have each won a car in The Store Group’s Ganjaran Hebat Krismas Meriah and Ganjaran Hebat Gong Xi Fa Cai lucky draw at a ceremony held at Alor Star Mall.
They are Norazura Abd Rashid from Selan-gor, who bagged the grand prize of a Toyota Innova 2.0E, while the first and second prize winners are Normala Hashim from Pahang and Mohd Khairilnazar Aripin from Perak respectively.
Normala and Mohd Khairilnazar took home a Proton Exora 1.6L AT and Perodua Alza 1.5L EZ respectively in the special draw conducted by The Store Group ambassador Adibah Noor.
Ten third prize winners received a 32-inch LCD television set each while 20 consolation prize winners were given RM300 gift vouchers each.
The 33 winners had taken part in the group’s Christmas promotion contest from Nov 19 to Dec 31 last year and Chinese New Year promotion contest from Jan 1 to Feb 20 this year.
The events were held throughout The Store’s 73 outlets nationwide.
All winners will receive their prizes during a ceremony which will be held next month.
Pacific Hypermarket and Departmental Store executive director Charlie Tan said a total of three million entries were received for both lucky draw contests.
“The response was very encouraging and it will drive us to organise more contests to reward our valued customers,” he said.
Tan said The Store had also launched a programme called ‘DreamWorks Friends Re-demption’ on March 19 where customers could accumulate stamps to redeem plush toys from the Kung Fu Panda, Shrek, Madagascar and Megamind animation movies during the nationwide campaign.
“One stamp would be issued with every RM30 spent in a single receipt at the supermarket section,” he said.
He added that the redemptions could be made at the purchase-with-purchase or customer service counters.
During the recent lucky draw ceremony, Tan also presented an RM80,000 mock cheque to 11 intervention programme centres for autistic children in Malaysia.
He said the donation would enable the centres to provide educational and intervention programmes as well as a range of support services to assist people with autism, especially children and their immediate family members.