Telco celebrates ‘917 day’ with prizes, surprises

posted September 16, 2021 at 08:10 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Globe has lined up a series of virtual events and surprises for this year’s monthlong 917 celebration – based on its original 0917 prefix.

This year’s 917 day, themed ‘GDay’, treats Globe and TM customers to fun activities and prizes while giving them the opportunity to help those in need. 
The event, dubbed GDay (as in Good Day), is anchored on giving back to customers and uplifting those in need. Customers have the opportunity to help non-government organizations, charitable institutions, and foundations while engaging in fun activities like games and music.

“Every year, we try to make our customers and partners feel appreciated in more meaningful ways. And as the times have become even more challenging for our fellow countrymen, we want to respond by leveraging Globe Rewards as a means to energize our customers while creating platforms to give back and support communities as well,” said Bianca Wong, head of Globe’s Feel Valued Tribe.  

Festivities kicked off in August with the opening of G Legends Cup, an amateur mobile gaming tournament where players can win for themselves and for their communities. 

Surprises will be unveiled throughout the whole month of September. During the highly anticipated G Chance the Raffle, Globe and TM customers have a chance to win exciting prizes everyday and the P1 million GCash credits grand prize on the grand draw. 

G Super Sale treats customers to sulit deals from Lazada and GLife in the GCash app. Global industry experts will grace this year’s G Summit virtual stage to share relevant tips and insights with micro, small, and medium enterprise owners. 

G Music Fest continues the tradition of showcasing the best of local talent and guest international artists to bring joy and hope through music, albeit virtually. 

Topics: Globe , GDay , Good Day , G Legends Cup , G Super Sale , G Music Fest
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