Wilcon announces the six winners of brand-new Toyota Fortuner
posted July 09, 2019 at 10:58 pm
Wilcon Depot, the country's leading home improvement and construction supply retailer, held the grand draw of its recently concluded promotion “Wilcon Win Your Dream Ride Promo” on July 9, 2019 at Wilcon Depot I.T. Hub in Makati City.
The three-month promotion, which lasted from April 1, 2019 to June 30, 2019, entitled all Wilcon valued customers from all of its 53 retail outlets to join the promo with every single P5,000.00 in-store or online purchase serving as one electronic raffle entry, wherein they got the chance to win a brand-new Toyota Fortuner.
This is Wilcon's way of appreciating and giving back to its valued customers for the loyalty and patronage they have been showing the brand for over four decades in the retail industry now.
“As the leading player in the home building retail industry, we will continually provide more and more product choices, excellent customer services, and the best possible shopping experiences to all of our customers across the country,” Wilcon President and CEO Lorraine Belo-Cincochan said.
Led by Alphalux Brand Ambassador Mike Enriquez, Bestank VP for Retail Sales Aileen Tai-nai, ABC Philippines President and CEO Axel Bradner, Jr., Mariwasa VP for Sales & Marketing Jakkrit Suwanslip, Landlite Philippines General Manager Jocelyn Li, and HCG President Sam Chen, the six (6) lucky Wilcon shoppers who have won a brand-new Toyota Fortuner were electronically drawn under the supervision of DTI Representative Rosila Egmilan.
For more information about Wilcon product offerings and promotions, you can log on to www.wilcon.com.ph and shop.wilcon.com.ph, or follow their social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram at @wilcondepot.ph.
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