Another Proton Inspira 2.0 CVT won by a lucky teacher from Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.Ms Joyce Wu Kam Yin, 31-years old has been a user of BHPetrol Infiniti Advanced2X 95 since last year and when she first knew about the Infiniti Fever Frenzy II contest and as regular user of BHPetrol Infiniti Advanced2x 95, she began entering the contest immediately.Read the full news from Motortrader below.
ANOTHER PROTON INSPIRA WINNER IN BHPETROL CONTEST
Shocked but happy would best describe the winner of the second Proton Inspira 2.0 CVT that is the top prize in the 4-month Infiniti Fever Frenzy II contest by Boustead Petroleum Marketing Sdn Bhd (BHPetrol). The lucky winner was 31-year old, Joyce Wu Kam Yin, a teacher residing in Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.
Ms Wu admitted having her sights on the Proton Inspira first prize when she first knew about the contest and as regular user of BHPetrol Infiniti Advanced2x 95, she began entering the contest immediately. In total, she said that she had submitted 5 entry forms since the start of the contest.
“I have been a user of BHPetrol Infiniti Advanced2X 95 since last year.When I heard about Infiniti Fever Frenzy II, I did not hesitate to participate. Not only do I get the best fuel in the market but now I can drive home with a brand new Proton Inspira! With rising fuel prices, my concern is savings on petrol and Infiniti petrol gives me the best mileage and that means more savings for my family and I,” she said.
“I am so happy to have won the new Proton Inspira. I am driving an old Proton Wira now so the new car will be a welcome change. Rest assured I will be pumping my trusted BHPetrol Infiniti Advanced2X 95 for my new car! Why not? Since I get good mileage and smooth driving. I can really feel the difference with the 800ppm additives, the maximum quantity of additives to give the petrol that extra ‘kick’!” said Ms Wu.
Madam Wu was not the only winner for the month of May as 30 other BHPetrol customers also won RM1,000 cash prizes.
Infiniti Fever Frenzy II started on April 1, 2011 and ends on July 31, 2011. All that is needed to participate is to spend a minimum of RM30 at participating BHPetrol service station and answer two questions. Malaysians will be eligible to win one of the two remaining Proton Inspira 2.0 CVTs or other fabulous prizes.
All entry forms must be submitted via contest drop boxes at participating BHPetrol service stations nationwide. Eligible participants can submit as many valid entries within the contest period but are entitled to win only one prize. All winners who are members of BHPetrol’s ecard loyalty programme will also win 50,000 ePoints.
BHPetrol’s Retail Director, James Khoo, saidthat there are two more months to go before the contest ends and urged Malaysians to give BHPetrol Infiniti Advanced2X 95 and 97 a try to feel the difference and at the same time be eligible to win a brand new performance-bred Proton Inspira and 30 RM1,000 cash prizes every month until the end of July.
“Not only are two Proton Inspiras and RM60,000 cash up for grabs but in the July Grand Finale, we will be giving out ten Apple iPad2, five 40-inch LED television sets and ten 500,000 BHPetrol ePoints. What’s even better is all entries submitted from the first month will be eligible to win in remaining two months. So the more you spend, the better your chance of winning!” said Mr. Khoo.
“So what better time than now to try out our BHPetrol Infiniti Advanced2X 95 and 97. BHPetrol Infiniti Advanced2X 95 and 97 will offer unparalleled performance with our Advanced Double Strength formula as the new fuels are treated with Advanced Additive Compound (AAC) from Germany at the recommended maximum treat rate to give Malaysians the ultimate in fuel- savings and power and at no extra cost to users,” he went on to say.
“We at BHPetrol believe that not all petrols are the same. Quality German additives at maximum quality treat rate make all the difference. With Infiniti Advanced2x,you get top petrol performance because of Quality additives developed with world-class German technology treated at the maximum Quantity of 800 parts per million,” added Mr. Khoo.