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TikTok launches 1st, exclusive mall partnership in Philippines with #RobinsonsChallenge

TikTok, the world’s leading short-video platform, announced the launch of its partnership with mall chain and retail operator giant, Robinsons Malls, on July 19, 2019 at the Grand Mall Opening of Robinsons Galleria South located at KM 31, National Highway, Brgy. Nueva, San Pedro, Laguna.

TikTok launches 1st, exclusive mall partnership in Philippines with #RobinsonsChallenge

Robinsons Malls is this year’s first and exclusive mall partner of TikTok in the Philippines. In celebration of this good news, TikTok kicks off the #RobinsonsChallenge, offering lucky users with the most creative videos a chance to win a share of P 30,000 worth of Robinsons gift certificates and more. 

To join the #RobinsonsChallenge, just upload on TikTok a creative video of what you can do at Robinsons Malls with a budget of PhP 500. You may shop, dine or watch movies, as long as Robinsons icons (mall logos, facades, interiors) are clearly visible in your video. Keep the PhP 500 receipt as proof of purchase upon claiming the prize.

Videos must be posted within the promo period from July 19, 2019 to August 2, 2019. Winners will be chosen and announced by TikTok on August 3, 2019 at the TikTok official Facebook page (@tiktokphilippinesofficial) and Robinsons official Facebook page (@RobinsonsMalls).

Watch out for more exciting offers this 2019! Follow @RobinsonsMalls on TikTok, the world’s leading short-form video app. Download now! Available on Android and iOS devices.

Topics: TikTok , Robinsons Malls , Grand Mall Opening of Robinsons Galleria South
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