Proton-Huawei campaign offers X70 as grand prize

by NUR HANANI AZMAN / Pic by HUSSEIN SHAHARUDDIN

PROTON Holdings Bhd is in collaboration with Huawei Technologies Co Ltd in a nationwide year-end “PROTONxHuawei Better Together” campaign which offers attractive prizes including a Proton X70 as the grand prize.

The ongoing campaign, which is being held from Dec 15 this year until Jan 3, 2021, is open to customers who have purchased the Proton Persona, Iriz, Exora, or Saga models and/or a Huawei branded device.

Proton Edar Sdn Bhd CEO Roslan Abdullah said aside from the Proton X70, Huawei Mate 40 Pro smartphones are also up for grabs along with 17,000 Huawei online store vouchers worth RM100 each for buyers of Proton cars.

He said the current range of Proton cars have been well-received by Malaysians and sales have been encouraging in 2020 despite the challenging conditions.

“We are, therefore, excited to collaborate with Huawei to promote a campaign to reward our customers for their support.

“As we all know, it has been a tough year for everyone, so as it comes to a close, we want to spread positivity among Malaysians and encourage everyone to embrace a new beginning for 2021,” he said in a statement recently.

To participate in the contest, buyers of Proton cars or Huawei branded devices will need to post a creative post related to their purchases on their Facebook or Instagram page.

Participants were reminded to include the hashtags #PROTONHUAWEIBETTERTOGETHER2020 #HUAWEIMATE40PRO and #HiPROTON, along with the caption, “I like Proton Cars/ Huawei Mate 40 Pro because…”.

Having done so, they then need to visit www.protonhuaweibettertogether.com to fill up the necessary information.

For more information, visit https://www.proton.com/en or https://www.huawei.com/my/.

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