Bank clerk beaming with joy


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 04 Jul 2013

Tee Chan Juan, winner of myStarjob.comÕs A Car for Your Resume contest, gets the keys to her Proton Inspira from Serm Teck Choon, head of MyStarJob Network Sdn Bhd

PETALING JAYA: It’s double the joy for bank clerk Tee Chan Juan.

The 31-year-old, who is expecting her first child, drove off in a Proton Inspira after bagging the third and final grand prize in the A Car for Your Resume contest organised by myStarjob.com, The Star Media Group’s career portal.

The contest invited jobseekers to submit their resume in return for a shot at driving home a car.

“I’ve won small prizes before, but I never dreamed I would win a car,” said Tee.

She was browsing through jobs available on myStarjob.com when she noticed that there was a contest.

MyStarJob Network Sdn Bhd head Serm Teck Choon said this round attracted a large number of entries.

“We’re looking forward to holding even more exciting contests for jobseekers in the future,” he added.

MyStarjob.com is developed and managed by MyStarJob Network Sdn Bhd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Star Publications (M) Berhad.

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