Are you a fan of Formula 1 (F1)? Here’s your chance to experience the best of it through your favorite Chevy. How to? Well, The Covenant Car Company, Inc. (TCCCI), otherwise known as Chevrolet PH, will give its customers the chance to win free trips to Singapore to watch the 2018 F1 Grand Prix live in action.
Three winners will receive two round trip tickets from Manila to Singapore via Philippine Airlines (PAL). In addition, two tickets to watch all sessions of the F1 race from September 14 to 16, 2018 will be provided for free. They will then be staying for three days and two nights at the Orchard Hotel De Luxe room that comes with free breakfast.
The winners must have valid passports and have extra cash to shoulder the transfer to the hotel and airport, as well as to the race venue.
Customers who have successfully completed their vehicle purchase from June 5 to July 31, 2018 will be eligible to join the raffle draw. Yup, this means you’ll have to buy any variant of the Colorado, Cruze, Malibu, Sail, Spark, Trailblazer, or Trax from any participating dealership nationwide to get the chance to win.
Those who bought their new Chevrolet vehicles in June will receive two tickets, while those who would purchase this July will get one ticket. It is also said that a client can only win once, and must inform and confirm travel participation to TCCCI on or before August 30, 2018. In case the winners can’t make it on the travel dates, their prizes are not convertible to cash, but can be transferred to someone else.
The raffle draw will be conducted in the presence of a Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) representative on August 7, 2018 at the TCCI head office, and the three winners will be notified the very next day. The winners can redeem their prizes at the TCCCI head office located at fifth floor of Alco Bldg, 391 Buendia Ave, Makati City, Metro Manila.
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