EON sponsors Iswara for best National Day advertisement contest

  • Nation
  • Friday, 01 Aug 2003

PETALING JAYA: Look out for the best National Day advertisement in The Star and you will be in the running to win a Proton Iswara 1.3 Sedan. 

Worth about RM36,000, the grand prize for this year’s Best National Day Advertisement Contest is being sponsored by Edaran Otomobil Nasional Bhd. 

EON executive director (motor group) Donald Choo hands over a mock key to the Proton Iswara to The Star's deputy group chief editor Michael Aeria.

This is the second year that The Star is having the contest.  

Speaking after handing over the car at Menara Star, EON executive director (motor group), Datuk Donald Choo said his company wanted very much to participate in an event as it was connected to National Day. 

“People must remember what celebrating our National Day is about,” he said. 

Participants of the contest will have to pick the best colour and black-and-white National Day advertisement appearing on Aug 31. 

They will also have to write a message expressing their love for the country when they send in their entry forms, which will appear in The Star from Aug 31 to Sept 2. 

Alternatively, they can also vote via The Star Online at http://thestar.com.my/merdeka


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