Win big in Majoriti’s second year

Exciting campaign with prizes worth over RM5mil awaits subscribers

PETALING JAYA: News portal Majoriti has launched the Langgan & Menang campaign in conjunction with its second anniversary.

The campaign will allow new and existing subscribers to walk away with exciting prizes including a grand prize of an OSK Property worth RM602,800, Aeon Co (M) Bhd (Aeon) egift vouchers worth RM50,000, OGAWA VPresto massage chairs worth RM39,998 and exclusive F&B vouchers.

From today (Aug 17) until Dec 20, Majoriti readers stand a chance to win prizes when they subscribe to the anniversary campaign with a RM30 one-year subscription plan. Old and new subscribers will also have the opportunity to win weekly prizes.

The campaign will be further supported by Majoriti’s loyal partners, namely OSK Property Holdings Bhd, Aeon, OGAWA Malaysia, Berjaya Starbucks Coffee Sdn Bhd and Chef Wan Group of Restaurants, to name a few.“We are thrilled to announce that Majoriti is celebrating its second anniversary with remarkable success, having garnered a strong and dedicated readership since its launch.

“The overwhelming response from our subscribers reaffirms the undeniable demand for current and accurate news content in the digital era,” said group chief executive officer Alex Yeow.

“At Majoriti, we have always believed in the power of information to inspire, empower and unite communities. Our commitment to delivering unbiased, reliable and timely news has earned us the trust and loyalty of our esteemed subscribers.

“We are deeply grateful for their unwavering support and the confidence they have placed in our platform. Therefore, to mark this momentous occasion, we are thrilled to launch the Langgan & Menang campaign, an expression of our deepest gratitude to our existing loyal subscribers and a warm welcome to new readers.

“Through Langgan & Menang, we aim to engage and reward our subscribers, fostering a sense of belonging within the Majoriti community,” added Yeow.

Over the past two years, Majoriti has formed numerous partnerships with diverse companies including the Social Security Organisation (Socso), Grab Malaysia, PETRONAS Dagangan Bhd, Setel, Yoodo and Aeon.

T(w)o greater success: (From left) Chung, OGAWA Malaysia senior marketing manager Lee Sin Yen, Shum, Yeow, Ong, Low, Suria general manager Roslinda Abdul Majid and Majoriti editor Norfatimah Ahmad at the launch of the Langgan & Menang campaign in conjunction with Majoriti’s second anniversary at Hilton Kuala Lumpur. — AZHAR MAHFOF/The StarT(w)o greater success: (From left) Chung, OGAWA Malaysia senior marketing manager Lee Sin Yen, Shum, Yeow, Ong, Low, Suria general manager Roslinda Abdul Majid and Majoriti editor Norfatimah Ahmad at the launch of the Langgan & Menang campaign in conjunction with Majoriti’s second anniversary at Hilton Kuala Lumpur. — AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

Through these collaborations, Majoriti has offered reliable and captivating content and exclusive benefits to its readers and customers.

For readers, the Langgan & Menang campaign festivities present an incredible opportunity to win a slew of Grand Prizes which include a luxurious condominium worth RM602,800 located in Lea by the Hills, Taman Melawati, developed by OSK Property Holdings.OSK Property Holdings CEO Ong Ghee Bin said, “As a property developer, we are thrilled to be a part of the Majoriti’s second anniversary celebration.

“Sponsoring the grand prize of a home reflects our commitment to building structures and creating lasting memories for individuals and families. This partnership embodies our belief in shaping vibrant communities and enriching lives.”Majoriti’s long-standing partner, Aeon, has been an integral part of this news portal since its inception, consistently collaborating with Majoriti to bring added value to its readers. As a token of appreciation for the loyal audience, one of the Grand Prizes is an Aeon egift voucher worth RM50,000.

“We wish to thank all Majoriti readers for all the wonderful support and this is our way to say thank you. To the awesome Majoriti team, with whom we had the chance to work so well, happy anniversary!” said Aeon Co (M) Berhad chief merchandising and marketing officer Low Ngai Yuen.

Prize sponsor OGAWA Malaysia also adds a touch of luxury to the campaign. Two units of OGAWA’s VPresto massage chairs, worth RM19,999 each, will be up for grabs.

The collaboration with OGAWA Malaysia reflects its commitment to enhancing the comfort and well-being of Majoriti’s audience, making the anniversary celebration a truly memorable one for the fortunate winners.

OGAWA Malaysia deputy director Leong Boon Hong said, “At OGAWA, we provide the gift of relaxation and well-being. We believe that small comforts bring big enhancements to people’s lives.

“Just as Majoriti looks to bring added value to their readers, so do we through our innovative comfort solutions.”

The first 100,000 Langgan & Menang campaign subscribers will be treated to Starbucks Short Brew Coffee vouchers worth RM10 courtesy of Berjaya Starbucks Coffee Sdn Bhd and vouchers worth RM30 from Chef Wan Group of Restaurants.

“Our collaboration with Majoriti has truly been a remarkable synergy that brings together the essence of coffee and reading culture.

“This partnership reflects our commitment to fostering meaningful connections and enhancing the daily lives of our customers,” said Berjaya Food Bhd CEO and Berjaya Starbucks managing director, Datuk Sydney Quays.

Chef Wan Group of Restaurants will also add flavour to the festivities, and De.Wan 1958 by Chef Wan managing director Andre Shum said, “At Chef Wan Group of Restaurants, we love seeing our customers live in the moment as they savour our culinary offerings. Consistency is the key to success in the culinary world.

“Majoriti has consistently delivered reliable and trusted news to their readers, and we are thrilled to be part of their anniversary celebration,” he added.

Also present at the campaign launch was Majoriti’s senior general manager and product lead, Chung Eng Lee, who thanked partners and sponsors for their loyalty.

“We would like to extend our heartfelt appreciation to our esteemed partners and sponsors, whose unwavering support has made this campaign possible. Their belief in Majoriti’s mission to deliver reliable and unbiased news to our readers has helped us strengthen our platform and expand our reach,” she said.

“We are truly grateful for the invaluable contributions of our partners and sponsors. We look forward to continuing this fruitful collaboration as we strive to keep our readers informed and empowered.”

As Majoriti continues to grow from strength to strength, Yeow stresses the importance of continuously upholding journalistic integrity.

“Majoriti remains committed to upholding the highest journalistic standards, providing well-researched and verified news to our readers. We will continue to evolve and innovate, leveraging technology and our team’s expertise to meet the evolving needs of our audience,” said Yeow.

Majoriti, the Bahasa Malaysia news portal, was introduced on Oct 2, 2021, amid the Covid-19 pandemic, to deliver up-to-the-minute news and insightful content to its readers.

“Refleksi Tanpa Prejudis” serves as its tagline and manifesto, emphasising its commitment to presenting unbiased information and perspectives on various topics including local and international news, religion, sports, crime, the judiciary and politics for the benefit of the general public.The campaign is supported by media partners The Star, Star Biz7, mStar, Majoriti 7, radio stations 988 and Suria and Spectrum Outdoor.

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