|The Grand Prize winners with Marketing Director of Guardian Malaysia Health & Beauty Sdn Bhd,||Christina Low (6th from right) , Petron Head of Retail Business, Faridah Ali (7th from right), and the Makeover Guys.|
Everyone has got busy lifestyle, off and on we need to take time off for ourselves. Shopping is one of the therapy and can shop for loved ones and self. With Internet access now, we can either shop online or go the the store to shop.
It's exciting and fun to see the fifty finalist of the Guardian Win a Home Makeover (WAHM) contest battled it out at a reality-style finale on Thursday. The 50 finalists were selected from over one million entries for the WAHM contest, held in conjunction with Guardian Malaysia’s 50 th anniversary celebrations. The contest, which ran from 6 July to 7 September, was organized jointly with Petron Malaysia.
Yeah from the start to the end it's exciting, at the end of the hour-long challenge, 10 of them took home a grand prize of RM50,000 each. Each RM50,000 package comes with interior renovations for the living room, kitchen and master bedroom, as well as electrical appliances from Kuvings. Good to see everyone trying their best to win, one of the finalist is pregnant 6 months and she's is among the finalist that won the grand prize of RM50,000 each. You can view the above video to find out some challenges finalist need to face. There's do-it-yourself that finalist will need to think and put together the house puzzle and cabinet.
Marketing director of Guardian Health And Beauty Sdn Bhd, Ms. Christina Low speaking at the event, said: “We wanted to offer a prize that was meaningful to reward our customers for their support and loyalty over the last 50 years.”
We viewed a home makeover as big-ticket prize, that enabled us to be a part of our customers key life moments, to contribute to making their family home environment more comfortable.
Christina also said that together with Petron, they made it very easy for shoppers to participate. A purchase of a minimum of RM10 from any Guardian store or Guardian E-store qualifies them for one entry. Likewise, P Miles members who pump a minimum of RM10 petrol fuel in a single receipt, automatically qualified for one entry.
“I am pleased to say that the contest was a huge success. Guardian and Petron received over one million entries from all over Malaysia during the short two-month period. ” she added.
Petron Head of Retail Business, Puan Faridah Ali said at the finale: “Our partnership with Guardian offer Malaysians a chance to redecorate and refurbish their homes. As we continue to show our appreciation of our customers’ support, we remain committed to giving them more value whenever they fuel up with Petron.
Through Petron Miles program, we are able to give Guardian and Petron customers more savings, more rewards, and ultimately a ‘Fuel Happy’ experience,” she added.
Commenting on the reality-format to pick the grand prize winners, Christina said: “Our aim is to make the finale as interesting and challenging as possible, to give all 50 finalists an equal chance to win the TEN grand prize of A HOME MAKEOVER package worth RM50,000 each.
For the other 40 finalists, they each took home attractive prizes. Ten won the first prize of one year of free petrol from Petron, worth RM4,000 each, another 10 won the second prize of Guardian vouchers worth RM2,000 each and 20 others won Petron Miles point worth RM1,000 each. Always looks out of Guardian there's contest from time to time, never try never know, you might be lucky winner in their contests.
About Guardian Malaysia
Guardian Malaysia started as a 200-sqft pharmaceutical retail outlet catering to the
expatriate community 50 years ago. Today, it is the leading pharmacy, health and
beauty retail chain in the country, with more than 420 stores nationwide, providing an
unrivalled variety of pharmaceutical, health and beauty products. The chain of stores
serves more than 30 million customers across the country.