SAYS Singapore to Give Away $10,000 Worth of Angpaos for 30 days
This year, to add to the prosperous mood of Chinese New Year, the “SAYS Prosperity God” is giving out angpaos every day for 30 days in efforts to grow the SAYS.com (http://says.com/sg) community in Singapore.
Singapore (PRWEB) January 09, 2013
What would you do if someone handed you a red packet worth $5000? This year, to add to the prosperous mood of Chinese New Year, the “SAYS Prosperity God” is giving out angpaos every day for 30 days, in efforts to grow the SAYS.com (http://says.com/sg) community in Singapore.
This will be the first time SAYS.com is organizing a giveaway of such a scale to its Singapore users.
“Based on the past successes of our annual birthday giveaways by SAYS Malaysia, we thought it would be great to extend our giveaway bashes to Singapore. We have planned it for quite awhile and we are extremely excited that it is finally happening,” said Loh Ji Yuan, Head of Community Growth at SAYS.com (http://says.com/sg).
The SAYS angpao giveaway will start 30 days before Chinese New Year. During this period, angpaos ranging between $50 and $5000 will be given to one lucky winner every day.
After signing up as member of SAYS.com, users will be able to share daily featured ‘Specials’ on their Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, blogs, email, mobile and other social media platforms. Sharing these Specials would entitle them to a unique ticket number, which would be their ‘lot’ for the daily draw of prizes.
Users will be able to check live on the website daily if their lucky number has been selected. They can also increase their chances of winning the daily cash prize by sharing as many active daily Specials as they can.
The giveaway is exclusively open to the first 15,000 Singaporean signups.
Anybody who signs up on SAYS.com is eligible to participate in the SAYS Singapore angpao giveaway.
Click here for teasers and details of the CNY Giveaway on the SAYS Singapore Facebook page: http://bit.ly/5000AngpaoTeaser
SAYS.com is a country-specific social news network based in Malaysia. In the third quarter of 2012, SAYS expanded regionally to Singapore, India and the Philippines. Social media users from each country curate and share trending local news, videos, social causes, and get paid when they broadcast relevant advertiser-sponsored content. Learn more about SAYS.com at http://says.com/sg.
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