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Hyundai launches tourist spot guessing game

Hyundai has launched a tourist spot guessing game involving its Accent sedan model: participants will only need to spot a Hyundai Accent in a famous landmark all over the Philippines and get a chance to win electronic gift certificates.

From June 4 to August 10, 2021, participants will get a chance to win e-GCs by finding the Hyundai Accent in famous Philippine tourist or historical landmarks.

Clues about each landmark will be posted on specific days from June 4 up to August 10. See contest mechanics at bit.ly/Gr8AccentFnd. 

Guess the landmark and locate it on Google Maps to uncover the photo of the Hyundai Accent that’s hidden there. 

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From June 4 to August 10, 2021, participants will get a chance to win e-GCs by finding the Hyundai Accent in famous Philippine tourist or historical landmarks.

Post the URL of your find on your Facebook account with the caption <I found the Hyundai Accent at (location)> #TheGreatAccentFind>, and tag Hyundai Philippines on FB. 

Fill in your contact details on the registration page per game and you’re done!

The first 20 participants to find all 20 hidden Hyundai Accents will receive e-GCs worth P2,000 each.

Winners will be announced on August 18, 2021, HARI’s anniversary month.

“Globally, even before 2020 happened, Hyundai has engaged customers online with interactive games that create productive and interesting bonding moments for families and friends—more so now in the New Normal,” concluded Ms. Agudo.

Rediscover the Philippines in a fun and safe way from the comfort of home. Get the details on The Great Accent Find on www.facebook.com/hyundaiph

Per DTI Permit No. FTEB-119836 Series of 2021.

 

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Duane Dizon

Duane Dizon is presently residing in Qatar as a business news writer for different newspapers in the country, as well as an online content contributor and a TV reporter for Manila-based Eagle News. His previous work with Manila Bulletin, the biggest and oldest newspaper in the Philippines, has helped hone his journalistic style, from writing lifestyle news, to presidential coverage, and the special op-ed weekly Philippine Panorama. He has contributed content for Smile, the in-flight magazine of Cebu Pacific Air, has been involved in speech writing, and in translating indie films. He is presently a contributor for eLifestyle Manila.
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