Norizan wins grand prize in contest

  • Nation
  • Friday, 15 Mar 2013

GEORGE TOWN: Associate accountant Norizan Salim is on cloud nine after bagging the grand prize in the A Car for Your Resume contest and driving off in a Proton Exora.

“I'm so happy. I cannot even explain it!” said Norizan, adding that seeing the previous round's winner in The Star had motivated her to enter the contest.

“This is the biggest prize I've ever won. I've told my friends to join too,” gushed the 27-year-old, who works in Penang.

The contest is organised by, The Star Media Group's career portal.

The contest, now in round three, invites job seekers to submit their resume in return for a shot at driving home a car.

“This contest has generated a great deal of interest,” said Serm Teck Choon, head of MyStarJob Network Sdn Bhd, adding that “this new batch of resumes means that now employers have more candidates to choose from.”

The contest is now in its third round, which ends on March 16.

For this round, there is a Proton Inspira and shopping vouchers worth hundreds of ringgit to be won.

To enter, just log on, submit your resume and answer a simple question at is developed and managed by MyStarJob Network Sdn Bhd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Star Publications (M) Berhad.

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