Almost everyone wants to drive home a brand new car for free, but only few individuals are deserving to have such privilege. After all, one has to work hard in order to achieve success.
With that in mind, Motor Image Pilipinas, the official distributor of Subaru vehicles in the country, is once again giving you the chance to win a brand new car. Here’s how.
Subaru Philippines will hold the Philippine leg of the 2017 Palm Challenge on September 9 at the Bonifacio High Street in Taguig City.
In case you don’t know, the Palm Challenge is an endurance competition where participants have to put their hands onto the palm decal, which is placed on a Subaru vehicle. The objective of the challenge is to keep their hands within the palm decal until there’s only one participant remaining. The longest-standing participant will be the winner. Pretty simple right?
Subaru says more than 125 slots will be opened for interested individuals who think that they’ve got what it takes to conquer the 2017 Palm Challenge. The top 10 participants at the upcoming Philippine leg will be flown to Singapore this October to serve as the country’s representatives in the regional leg.
If the grand winner of the 2017 Palm Challenge regional leg comes from the Philippines, he/she will be taking home a brand new Subaru Impreza.
On the other hand, Subaru will hold the 2nd Collegiate Edition of the Palm Challenge on September 10. This will feature students from different universities in Manila that will undergo a test of endurance.
Interested to join the 2017 Palm Challenge? Register now by clicking this link.
Photo courtesy of: Subaru Facebook
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