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Kapuso gives out millions of pesos

By Isah V. Red | Jun. 14, 2013 at 06:02pm
 Following the hugely successful and well-received Kapuso Milyonaryo and Kapuso Milyonaryo Sa Pasko promos last year, GMA Network ups the ante with bigger and better prizes in its latest viewer promo campaign, Kapuso Milyonaryo Todo Papremyo.

The promo starts on Monday.

Loyal Kapuso viewers have a chance to win a house and lot from Camella, brand new JAC Stallion pick-ups, brand new cars, and huge amounts of cash in a period of eight weeks.

It’s very easy to join—viewers must simply send in the required proof of purchase of our partner sponsors and drop their entries at selected Mercury Drugstore outlets and GMA TV and Radio stations nationwide.

GMA, together with partner sponsors Globe Prepaid, Argentina Corned Beef, Yakult the Probiotic Drink, Surf, Sunsilk, Cream Silk, Knorr Cubes, Energen, and Nescafe Classic, will be giving out big, exciting prizes worth over P25 Million, tax-free.

For the Weekly Draws, promo participants will get a chance to be one of the following winners: Eight winners of P7,000 cash each and 40 weekly winners of P10,000 cash each from Surf, Sunsilk, Cream Silk, and Knorr Cubes.

For the Grand Draw, all non-winning entries from weeks one to eight will get a chance to win one of the following prizes: A house and lot from Camella; two brand new JAC Stallion pick-ups; two brand new cars from Energen; P500,000 cash from Argentina Corned Beef; and nine P1 million cash from the partner brands.

Promo participants should also watch out for the announcement of three surprise winners who will each win P1 million cash.

Entries for Kapuso Milyonaryo Todo Papremyo is until Aug. 11.

For further details, watch out for the Kapuso Milyonaryo Todo Papremyo mechanics and proof of purchase plugs on screen, or call the promo hotline at 922-7372 in Metro Manila or 1800-10-922-7372 outside Metro Manila.
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