Motac, Petron launch 'Jom Jalan Jalan' campaign


KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Petron Malaysia, in collaboration with the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry (Motac) through its agency Tourism Malaysia on Wednesday (Oct 27) launched the ‘Jom Jalan Jalan’ campaign in welcoming the reopening of domestic interstate travel.

Motac in a statement today said the campaign is a five-month-long promotion that aims to reward customers with exciting prizes including holiday packages and cash rewards to explore the wonderful tourist spots in the country.

"The campaign aims to reward 1,156 winners, including 56 lucky customers as top prize winners,” it said.

The holiday packages to be won include 3-day-2night (3D2N) travel packages that offer customers a chance to experience nature in comfort and style at some of Malaysia’s best glamping sites through glamping staycation, recreational activities or food experiences that are uniquely tailored to its home state.

Meanwhile, six winners will win the Grand Prize of up to RM20,000 worth of travel packages from Tiarasa Escapes Glamping Resort, Sepilok Forest Edge or Culvert Santubong, cash rewards and fuel from Petron.

According to the statement, aside from the grand prize, 10 customers will win RM5,000 worth of travel packages, cash rewards and fuel monthly from October 2021 to March 2022.

"The contest is open to all Petron Miles cardholders. They will earn an automatic entry for a cumulative fuel purchase of RM250 in one month to qualify for the Grand Prize Lucky Draw and RM50 fuel purchase for First Prize Monthly Lucky Draw,” it said.

Customers will need to swipe their Petron Miles Card when making fuel purchases to participate and more information on this contest can be obtained through www.petronmiles.com.my. - Bernama

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