Shell launches biggest year-end campaign “shell lucky pro all areas” Win prizes worth more than 10 million baht
Dec 03, 2019
Bangkok, Thailand : Shell Thailand celebrates a successful 2019 with the launch of the “Shell Lucky Pro All Areas” campaign designed to reward and bring happiness to Shell customers in all 4 regions of Thailand. All customers, whether they drive a car or a motorcycle, can win prizes worth more than 10 million baht, ranging from cars and gold to special points for Shell ClubSmart members and vouchers for oil change at Shell HELIX OILCHANGE+ or Shell ProServ Oil Change when filling up with any fuel at every Shell station nationwide between December 1, 2019 and January 31, 2020
Shell launches biggest year-end campaign “Shell Lucky Pro All Areas” win prizes worth more than 10 million baht
Ms. Ornuthai Na Chiangmai, Executive Director of Retail Business, The Shell Company of Thailand Ltd., said: “Every year, we launch a special campaign as a New Year gift to reward our customers for their support throughout the year. The success of our recent campaigns has inspired us to organize the “Shell Lucky Pro All Area” which allows both car and motorcycle customers in all four regions of Thailand to have more chances to win prizes. This campaign underlines our purpose of Making Life’s Journeys Better with quality fuel from Shell as well as top services at all Shell stations.”
Car customers will have a chance to win prizes with every 700 baht per receipt spent filling up their vehicles. The biggest prize is the all-new Isuzu D-Max Hi-Lander compatible with B10 diesel and there is 1 prize per region, making a total of 4 prizes. Car customers have even more chances to win special prizes with double coupons by filling up with Shell V-Power Gasohol 95 or V-Power Diesel. The 2nd prize is 500,000 Shell ClubSmart points worth 100,000 baht (5 prizes per region, total 20 prizes). The 3rd prize is 100,000 Shell ClubSmart points worth 20,000 baht (25 prizes per region, total 100 prizes), while the 4th prize is vouchers for oil change at Shell HELIX OILCHANGE+ or Shell ProServ Oil Change worth 3,000 baht (30 prizes per region, total 120 prizes).
Motorcycle customers spending 70 baht per receipt filling up will have a chance to win 1 baht weight of gold, 20 prizes per region, total 80 prizes. Those who fuel up with Shell V-Power Gasohol 95 receive double coupons for more chances to win the big prize.
The “Shell Lucky Pro All Areas” campaign offers great prizes to all customers nationwide. The lucky draw will take place on March, 3 2020 and the winners will be announced on March, 25 2020 via www.shell.co.th and the Shell Line Official Account.
For more information, please check at any participating Shell stations or visit www.shell.co.th
For Media Enquiries:
External Relations Adviser
The Shell Company of Thailand Ltd.
Tel: +662 – 262 7326
H+K Strategies Thailand
Tel: +662 627 3501 # 114
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