The Petron Jom Bantu contest has given out prizes totalling RM240,000 to 330 lucky Petron customers. The prizes were a combination of cash, grocery vouchers and Petron Miles points. The Jom Bantu contest was held from July to September 2020 and rewarded 30 grand prize winners each with a total of RM5,000 consisting of RM2,000 cash, RM2,000 worth of grocery vouchers, and RM1,000 worth of Petron Miles points.
Iyon Malek, a grand prize winner for July, was delighted with his. “Thank you, Petron, for giving me this opportunity to be the grand prize winner for Jom Bantu! I love fueling up with Petron because it always provides me with that extra miles,” he said at the prize-giving ceremony at Petron Service Station Taman Muda, Selangor.
Meanwhile, Ho Mui Ling, a grand prize winner from Sabah for August, said, “I greatly appreciate Petron’s effort in coming up with this promotion to help citizens during this trying period. Thank you so much Petron for giving me the opportunity to win as a Grand Prize winner and I will continue to support Petron.”
Another grand prize winner, Rahmah Mamat, was elated when she found out that she won the September grand prize for Jom Bantu. Rahimah who is from Negeri Sembilan said, “Thank you so much Petron for this great initiative. I hope Petron will continue to grow and thrive in the future.”
In addition, 300 other Petron Miles card members also won RM300 worth of Petron Miles points each as consolation prizes. The “Jom Bantu” contest ran for three months from 1 July until 30 September 2020. Customers earned an automatic entry with every cumulative fuel purchase of RM50 using their Petron Miles Card at any of its over 700 stations nationwide. Winners were selected monthly and announced through Petron Malaysia’s social media sites.
“We are happy to be part of our customers’ lives by introducing a contest that offers many exciting rewards to them. We congratulate the winners and hope that we have been able to contribute in a meaningful ‘Jom Bantu’ way to brighten up their days during this difficult period of the pandemic,” said Petron Malaysia Head of Retail and Commercial Business Choong Kum Choy.