Win With Words sees 30% jump in participants

  • Nation
  • Saturday, 15 Oct 2016

Flood of entries: A representative from The Star, Hanie Iskandar, going through contest forms.

PETALING JAYA: Win With Words 2016 is picking up speed as Series 2 has seen a 30% jump in participants. The leap is a rise from the Pantai Sentral Park Series that concluded on Sept 18.

The top three winners who will win RM10,000 (first place), RM6,000 (second place) and RM3,000 (third place) for the Seremban 2 Series have also been found and their names will be published in The Star on Tuesday, Oct 18.

The names of seven winners of consolation prizes of RM1,000 each and 45 winners for the Star Anniversary Bonus Prize of RM500 each will be published together.

The 55 winners are aged between 20 and 78.

They come from Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Penang, Kedah, Johor, Perak, Negri Sembilan and Pahang.

Readers and participants are encouraged to keep on sending forms as they can still become one of the finalists for the grand finale in November.

The third series – The Light Series – is ongoing until Sunday while the last series – Bandar Rimbayu Series – will run from Monday until Oct 30.

Win With Words 2016 is organised by Star Media Group in conjunction with its 45th anniversary celebration, with IJM Land Bhd and official car partner Naza Kia.

The first prize winner of each series and six lucky participants from across all the series will then take part in the Grand Finale Challenge on Nov 29 at the venue partner 1Utama Shopping Centre.

Prizes worth more than RM480,000, including two cars, are up for grabs.

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