“Buy Malaysian Products” campaign: Stand a chance to win a Perodua Axia, motorcycle

Chong (centre) showing the carnival poster.

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KUCHING, Oct 13: The state-level Buy Malaysian Products Campaign Carnival here next weekend is giving away a Perodua Axia and SYM Sport 110R motorcycle to lucky draw winners.

The carnival, organised by the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP) in collaboration with the Malaysian Companies Commission (SSM), Intellectual Property Corporation of Malaysia (MyIPO), Peka B40 and RTM, will be held at MJC Batu Kawa in conjunction with the Hawkers and Small Traders Day Celebration 2019.

The Oct 18-20 carnival will be open to the public for free between 8am and 10pm daily.


“To qualify for an entry for the lucky draw, each customer at the carnival must spend more than RM50 in a single receipt.

“Those who spent more than RM100 in a single receipt would be eligible for two entries,” Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Deputy Minister Chong Chieng Jen told a press conference at KPDNHEP office, here, today.

Stand a chance to win a Perodua Axia or SYM Sport 110R at the carnival on Oct 18-20 at MJC Batu Kawa.

He added that customers eligible to enter the lucky draw will get a coupon to be filled with their names and contact numbers. The draw would be held on the evening of Oct 20 (Sunday).

“I hope with this attraction, more people would come to the carnival, and to encourage people to buy locally made products and services.

“Most of the products to be sold during the carnival would be daily essentials,” he continued.

A total of 72 booths and 10 food trucks will open at the carnival, which included various family-friendly activities and performances from local artists throughout the carnival, Chong said.

“There will be a karaoke singing competition, eSports competition, colouring contest for children, local products promotion and demonstrations, as well as a Fun Run and Zumba events,” he added.

Chong revealed that at certain time slots, there will be limited auctions of daily essentials like cooking oil, flour, sugar and others during the carnival.

He urged the public to take advantage of this because the said items would be auctioned at cheaper prices compared to the regular market.

“Might as well you come and buy your daily essentials and also stand a chance to win a Perodua Axia and a motorbike,” he said. — DayakDaily