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Shopping, winning, and Flying with SM Kids

They came, they shopped and won fun trips to some of the world’s most exciting theme parks— Universal Studios Singapore, Legoland Malaysia, and Hong Kong Disneyland.  Michelle Muyot, Jenilyn Gervasio, and Daisy Azares were among the winners of the recently concluded SM Kids Shop.Win.Fly promotion.

Each of the winners received a roundtrip airfare ticket for two adults and one child, a 3 day and 2- night hotel accommodation with breakfast, airport transfers, and admission fees to their favorite theme parks.  Michelle Muyot, who purchased at SM Kids at the SM Mall of Asia and Jenilyn Gervasio, who shopped at The SM Store at SM City Bacoor had unforgettable trips to Hong Kong Disneyland with their families.  Ms. Daisy Azares, also from Bacoor, had a once in a lifetime experience with her family at Legoland Malaysia. 

Watch out for more exciting promos from SM Kids’ at The SM Store. Keep on shopping!

Inigo Jorge and Iago Joaquin joined by Dad Ivan in a scenic view of Disneyland Hong Kong
Rei with his grandmother Leonila Azares, having fun in Legoland
Rei received his certificate of appreciation for completing the Build and Test, Battle of Lego - Car Racers 
Jenilyn, Inigo Jorge and Iago Joaquin zoom in to Tomorrow Land 
The Gervasio Family is Team Iron Man and say they enjoyed the Ironman ride the most
Father and son Alfred Tom Balicante and Mico Gabriel have a taste of the happiest place on earth in Hong Kong Disneyland
SM City Bacoor winner Rei Calix Azares says the family trip to Legoland Malaysia was an amazing experience.
Jenilyn Gervasio with sons Inigo Jorge and Iago Joaquin say their trip to Disneyland Hong Kong was a magical experience.
 

Topics: Universal Studios Singapore , Legoland Malaysia , Hong Kong Disneyland , SM Kids , SM Kids Shop.Win.Fly promotion
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