For those of you who hasn't joined, yet, here's your chance to get your entries in. The promo is extended until November 17. So, hurry and submit your entries!
Below is the press release for more information.
BEAR BRAND® Fortified powdered milk drink’s Bigatin
sa Milyon, Bigatin sa Tibay Raffle Promo is EXTENDED!
Hurry and submit your entries now for a chance to be one of the lucky winners of over Php20-million in prizes. Win as much as Php100
,000 cash prize by simply buying and collecting small empty packs and labels of any of the participating BEAR BRAND® Fortified PMD products with an expiration date of March 2018 onwards. But if you want to win bigger prizes, purchase and collect bigger packs (600g and up) to get a chance to win the Php1 Million grand prize!
You may also win Php1000 in the weekly draws, which will be done through the 50 participating radio stations nationwide. The last weekly draw is scheduled on November 18, 2017.
Meanwhile, the grand draw will be done
at the Star City Complex, Roxas Boulevard in Pasay City on December 4, 2017.
Participating Brands Proof of Purchase
HOW TO JOIN To join, write your name, age, address, contact number, and signature on a piece of paper and put it in any white envelope, together with the flattened empty packs of any of the participating BEAR BRAND® Fortified Powdered Milk Drink products.
If you will use BEAR BRAND® YOGU as your entry, make sure to cut the side, which contains the barcode. For BEAR BRAND® STERILIZED Full
Cream Milk, on the other hand, you may use the top part of the box with the “Proof of Purchase” phrase indicated.
Drop boxes are also located in ACE Promotions offices, as well as in all participating supermarkets and groceries nationwide.
For the complete m
echanics and details of the promotion, please visit BEAR BRAND® PH’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/not es/bear-brand-powdered-milk-drink/bear-brand-bigatin-sa-milyon-bigatin-sa-tibay-raffle-promo/820815208086627/.
Per DOH-FDA CFRR Permit No. 0991 s. 2017. The participating BEAR BRAND® products are not suitable for infant feeding and are not breastmilk substitutes.