Mah Sing invites celebrants to its virtual CNY open house on Facebook

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 18 Feb 2021

PROPERTY developer Mah Sing Group Berhad has prepared a series of virtual Chinese New Year open house events via its Facebook platform, encouraging everyone to celebrate the Year of the Ox at “Home With Mah Sing”.

The first session of this series kicks off on Feb 20 (2pm) with comedian Joanne Kam who will conduct a funny feng shui reading session.

Those who have registered for this event will receive a zodiac report for free. They also stand a chance to win the grand prize worth RM2,800. Interested purchasers can also enjoy Mah Sing’s special CNY rewards.

“During this MCO period, we hope that the public will stay indoors yet get to enjoy what Mah Sing has prepared for them in the comfort of their own home,” said Mah Sing chief operating officer Benjamin Ong.

Those who are keen to know what their zodiac sign can expect in the Year of the Ox can register themselves here to get a free copy of a zodiac report.

Mah Sing is also organising a free feng shui consultation session with Master Jessie Lee – worth RM2,800 to one lucky registrant.

In the first session, Mah Sing will be offering special CNY rewards to interested purchasers whilst bringing people on a virtual tour of its largest township – Meridin East in Iskandar Malaysia, Johor.

Those interested can register at the link above and follow Mah Sing Group’s Facebook page for more information.

Mah Sing has embarked on a digital transformation journey by digitalising the company’s initiatives. Interested purchasers can now view Mah Sing’s projects via its website.

“We will continue to further improve and invest in digital adoption from time to time, complementing the digital transformation journey,” said Ong.

Mah Sing Group is one of the top developers in Malaysia with more than 50 projects across Malaysia.

In the southern region alone, Mah Sing Group has seven developments which include landed residential, high-rise residential, commercial, retail, and industrial properties.

For more information, call 07-291 3230.

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