Dlm minggu nie...en. somi ada menang utk hadiah consolation prize...anjuran Kosmo! for Eat Pray Love... contest .....so hari rabu lepas dpt bag limited edition 'Eat Pray Love' Foldable Tote Bag.....so yg nie...my en. somi kasik kat ahkak. Tenkiu.
Peh tu...my en. somi ada masuk peraduan Barbie The Mermaid.....dpt consolation prize gak....yg nie...konpem kalo dpt...hadiah tu milik Kakak. Hopefully....kakak tak berebutlah dgn Cha. Tapi aku rasa....mcm bakal berebut ajer hadiah nie nanti...cz dah nama pun "Barbie" kan.
'Heavenly' words win them over
IT was a tough call for the judges to choose the six winners. With almost all contestants hitting the bull's-eye at the crossword puzzle, the only way to pick the winners was via the tiebreaker, the slogan.
After much deliberation, Fox International marketing director Nini Yusof, her colleague Tengku Shamel Tengku Asri and the New Sunday Times news editor Badrolhisham Bidin picked Nor Ilhamuddin Shaikh Ali from Kuala Lumpur as the first prize winner.
Nor Ilhamuddin won Ice Age 3 merchandise and four tickets to the Sunway Lagoon Theme Park with "Heavenly funny, devilishly cheeky, yet still earthly charming" to describe the character "Buck" in 10 words or less. Cheong Weng Keong of Kuala Lumpur took the second prize. He won Ice Age 3 merchandise and two pairs of GSC Signature (Premier) movie tickets with the slogan "Just Like Tsunami and Earthquake, It's Unpredictable Disaster!"
The judges also picked four other contestants for the exclusive Ice Age 3 merchandise.
Nini, who was surprised at the overwhelming response from the New Sunday Times readers, said the contest was proof that Malaysians were still "crazy" over puzzles and slogan-writing.
"It was once a craze and the hundreds of entry forms received is testimony that slogan-writing is not a dying art.
"It was an enormous task to choose the winners as the majority had written in beautiful slogans. Those who did not make it should not despair as we will continue to work closely with New Sunday Times to produce more exciting contests in the near future," she said.
The contest was held in conjunction with the TV premiere of the animated movie which was shown on Star Movies last month.
It was also a first as it was dubbed in Bahasa Malaysia, Mandarin and Tamil with local celebrities taking over the voices of the characters.
Among them was Sam Bunkface, who played Buck, the brave, adventurous and somewhat insane swashbuckling, one-eyed weasel.
The prizes will be mailed to winners. Congratulations to all.
First prize winner:
Nor IlhamuddinShaikh Ali (740108-11-5197)
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