Sign up for chance to win m-cycles

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 10 Nov 2004

BUKIT MERTAJAM: Five Suzuki motorcycles are up for grabs and all you have to do is sign up for Starwalk 2004 to stand a chance of winning one of the machines. 

The four-stroke 110cc Suzuki Smash motorcycles that come in three exciting colours – Eugenia Blue, Mica Red and the latest Alpha Blue – are the grand prizes for the lucky draw to be held in conjunction with the event.  

Lion Suzuki Marketing Sdn Bhd managing director Michinori Yoshiyama said the Suzuki Smash model, priced at RM3,234 each, was the company's best selling motorcycle.  

“We are proud to be associated with the northern region's biggest sporting event in line with the company's policy of promoting a healthy lifestyle. 

“Walking is good for health,” he said yesterday after presenting the motorcycles to Star Publications (M) Bhd Penang office manager Chin Yoon Foo. 

Starwalk 2004 will be held on Dec 12 and the event is jointly organised by Star Publications (M) Bhd and the Penang Amateur Athletics Association. 

Registration counters at the Star Northern Hub in Bayan Lepas and The Star's town office in Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling are open from 9.30am to 5.15pm daily except on Sundays. 

The Yang di-Pertua Negri Tun Abdul Rahman Abbas will flag off participants from the Penang International Sports Arena in Relau. 

The main sponsors are Lion Suzuki, Panasonic, Milo, Sunquick, DiGi, 100 Plus Power, Pallas, and Tiger Balm. 

Registration for the event closes on Friday.  

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