‘Fuel Your Fortune’

posted October 10, 2019 at 07:05 pm
by  Manila Standard
Caltex, marketed by Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI) announced their ‘Fuel Your Fortune’ raffle promo. Beginning October 7 until December 31, 2019, every P500 worth of fuel up at Caltex stations earns customers the chance to win exciting prizes. 

Caltex’s  ‘Fuel your fortune’  promo expresses the company philosophy of Enjoy the Journey.
“Providing drivers a powerful fuel such as Caltex with Techron that our customers can experience in their everyday drive is one way we live up to our philosophy at Caltex of “Enjoy the Journey,” CPI Country Chairman, Louie Zhang said. “Coming up with exciting promos like ‘Fuel Your Fortune’ is another way we do so.”       

“I am thrilled to announce the newest raffle promo of Caltex. It’s one that’s not to be missed!” says Caltex’s brand ambassador, Dingdong Dantes. “Gas up at Caltex and experience the record-breaking fuel of Caltex with Techron. Who knows? You might also be one of the lucky ones taking home a brand new SUV!”   

Three winners will take home a Toyota Fortuner and 150 winners will get P5, 000 worth of Caltex StarCash. Three winners of the grand prize will be chosen from the three clusters - one from Greater Manila area, one from Luzon, and one from Visayas or Mindanao. Fifty entries will also be drawn from each cluster to win P5,000 worth of Caltex StarCash card. Winners will be drawn on January 7, 2020. 

To join, motorists simply need to register the promo code found on their receipt at www.caltex.com/ph/FuelYourFortune.

Topics: Louie Zhang , Caltex , Toyota Fortuner , Caltex StarCash , Chevron Philippines Inc
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