For Immediate Release
The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce (HKGCC) today drew the winning entries for the first round of its “Hong Kong We Can Do It! Lucky Draw.” A total of 1,099 prizes were won, worth over HK$6.5 million, including a Mercedes Benz C-Class Saloon worth $504,307, a pair of Cathay Pacific Business Class tickets worth approximately $76,000, 80 MTR Annual Passes worth $20,000 each, hundreds of shopping and dining vouchers as well as dozens of staycations.
“Hong Kong has seen a surge in vaccinations in recent weeks, which is a significant step towards the further easing of social-distancing and travel restrictions and helping key parts of our economy to recover,” said HKGCC Chairman Peter Wong. “HKGCC is glad to play a part in engaging with the local community to build further momentum for vaccination, and we are grateful for our members’ solid support.”
Dr Y K Pang, Deputy Managing Director and Hong Kong Chairman of Jardine Matheson, which has sponsored $10 million in prizes, conducted the first lucky draw, to randomly generate the 1,099 winners. All winners will be informed by SMS message shortly and a full list of winning entries will be posted on the lucky draw website at noon on 23 July.
A total of $43 million in prizes have been donated by Chamber members for the Hong Kong We Can Do It! Lucky Draw, with the most valuable individual prizes being three Mercedes Benz C-Class Saloons. One lucky winner today was notified that they have won a Mercedes. Two more cars will be drawn in two of the remaining six lucky draws. Over 6,700 prizes will be drawn in seven rounds of lucky draws, which take place on: 22 July, 5 August, 19 August, 2 September, 16 September, 23 September and 30 September.
The lucky draw is open to anyone over the age of 18 who has already received two COVID-19 vaccinations in Hong Kong and holds a valid HKID card. Details on how to register, list of prizes, and Terms and Conditions, can be found on the official website www.hkgccluckydraw.com.
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