It Pays To Be A Loyal Shell Customer

The new year started on a high for four Shell loyalists as they were announced grand prize winners of the ‘Nak Ekstra RM20,000?’, a weekly campaign aimed at turning Malaysians’ everyday journeys into rewarding experiences. The campaign which is now in its seventh week will continue to reward Malaysians for five more weeks until 9th February 2020.

This campaign rewards one grand prize winner with RM20,000 and 20 consolation prize winners with RM1,000 weekly. A total of 84 winners have been rewarded and there are 126 grand prize and consolation prize winners to be announced until the end of the campaign period.

Shell Malaysia recently hosted a special celebration for the grand prize winners, namely Mohd Raffi Ismail from Bangi, Muhd Shukri Muhd Deris from Pahang and Azniza Bakar from Negeri Sembilan who attended the event in Kuala Lumpur to share their stories on their journey forward with RM20,000.

For week three’s grand prize winner, Muhd Shukri Muhd Deris, the win could not have come at a better time. “My 6-year-old daughter is in pre-school. While I am excited to see her start her schooling years, I was worried about the costs; from her books to school uniform and even school fees. Imagine my relief when I was told I won the RM20,000 grand prize from Shell Malaysia. This unexpected extra cash is a blessing for my wife and I, as it will contribute to our savings for our children’s education. Thank you, Shell, and I hope you will continue to reward Malaysian families in 2020!”

Shairan Huzani Husain, the Managing Director of Shell Malaysia Trading Sdn Bhd and Shell Timur Sdn Bhd expressed, “This is not a Shell story, this is a Malaysian story of lived experiences. We understand that many are faced with life’s hurdles and challenges and my goal is for us to help as many Malaysians as we can and we are doing this through the ‘Nak Ekstra RM20,000?’ campaign by giving Malaysians a platform to go further and do more”.

Gunaraj Murugasan, who is week two’s grand prize winner said, “For me, nothing is more important than my family’s wellbeing and that of fellow Penangites. I am an active member of the rotary club and we are always looking for ways to help communities in need. Now, Shell Malaysia will be part of our efforts to improve the lives of others as I plan to share the RM20,000 with those who truly need it”.

 Azniza Abu Bakar, week four’s grand prize winner can finally fulfil her dream of owning a house. “I could not believe I have won! The extra RM20,000 is more than enough for me to buy a house and still have some left for my savings. I am relieved as my prayers have been answered, and I thank Shell for this”. 

The event was also attended by consolation prize winners who celebrated their winnings that has helped them get one step closer towards their goals for the year ahead.

With five more weeks to go, there is still time for Malaysians to partake in the campaign by following these two simple steps:

Step 1: spend minimum RM40 in one receipt at any Shell stations nationwide

Step 2: submit your details, with a receipt attached, via a physical contest form OR scan a QR code for online submissions.

In conjunction with the campaign, Shell is hosting roadshows at selected cities across Malaysia with fun activities and amazing prizes to be won at these locations:

  • East Coast Mall, Kuantan on 9 January
  • Gurney Plaza, Penang on 10 January
  • Vivacity Mall, Kuching on 17 January, and
  • MyTOWN Cheras, Kuala Lumpur on 17 January

For more information about ‘Nak Ekstra RM20,000?’ campaign, the list of winners and locations of roadshows, please visit www.shell.com.my

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