| Lyna Mohamad |
A SECOND signing ceremony for the upcoming 20th Consumer Fair (CF2O) took place yesterday at Starbucks Beribi.
Present to sign on behalf of the organiser D’Sunlit Sdn Bhd was its Managing Director Jackson Ting and Operations Manager Ngu Tiing Siang signed as witness.
The event began with the partnership signing between D’Sunlit and Ranoadidas, signed by its founder Rano Iskandar and witnessed by Business Development Manager D’Sunlit Gavin Chai.
This was followed with the signing between D’Sunlit and Official CF20 Travel Partner, Royal Brunei Airlines (RB) signed by Executive General Manager- Sales and Marketing Brett McDougall and witnessed by Manager Marketing-Commercial Department, Alirahim bin Haji Abdul Rani.
During the running of CF20, the national carrier will be offering discounted fares exclusively for visitors to the fair and additionally visitors will also stand a chance to win return air tickets on long-haul and short-haul destinations on RB as part of the CF20 grand lucky draw sponsored by D’Sunlit.
DST will once again join the fair as the event’s official activity partner along with Brunei’s most listened radio station, KRISTALfm as the event’s official broadcast radio, hosting mini live studio just outside the main plenary hall of International Convention Centre (ICC) and will be inviting the general public to come and interact with the DJ’s.
Signing on behalf of DST was its Group Marketing Acting Senior Manager, Dona Eldeyana binti Johan and witnessed by Group Marketing Manager, Azmi Ghazali.
During the five-day fair, DST will offer a sneak into the iPhone and Samsung bundles and contract plans ready to offer its customers with registration and payment service made available for customers as well as Easi Load services for those in need of emergency top-up on the go.
With the future in mind and the current Augmented Reality (AR) technology at the fingertips of many iPhones and Android users, the mobile provider will also host its Augmented Reality Competition for iPhone users with the top two highest scored will compete to win an iPhone X.
Non-iPhone residents are not left out too as there will be stage games for the public of all ages to participate and win amazing prizes beginning from January 26 – 28, 2018.
In addition, as the official event activity partner, DST has also lined up fun games for its customers.
CF20 will also feature a 90’s inspired vintage shop to coincide with the theme ‘Remembering Celebrating the Present and Envisioning the Future’, which will bring consumers back to the past, reminiscing their childhood through games.
Also in alignment to the theme, ARTTRALIA along with D’Sunlit will be showcasing several unique masterpieces in the form of a Neon Gallery created by several local mural artists from ARTTRALIA.
The 20th edition of the fair will also be the final pit stop of the Missing Endangered Campaign, the first ever international collaboration established between WWF Malaysia and D’Sunlit where the pit stop will showcase 2,000 mini ceramic elephant figurines and are available for purchase with all proceeds made going to WWF Malaysia.
These figurines were coloured by students from 18 collaborating schools in Brunei and purchasing them will be a great support gesture for this charity awareness programme initiated by D’Sunlit.
CF20 will also be offering plenty of eating competitions to be conducted by Olive Tree Corporation and Hui Huang Enterprise.
Adding more hype to this 20th instalment of the Consumer Fair series, corporates such as AEC Sdn Bhd and Cuckoo International (B) Sdn Bhd will also be conducting their own grand draws.
Cuckoo International (B) will be giving out a pair of flight tickets to join their Cuckoo Media Trip to South Korea.
The draw segment doesn’t stop here as entering the most highly favoured and anticipated 20th Consumer Fair Grand Lucky Draw will see one lucky winner driving away a brand new Toyota Vios.
Organised and managed by D’Sunlit Sdn Bhd, CF20 will be held at the ICC, Berakas from January 24 to January 28, from 10am – 10pm daily except on Friday where doors will temporarily be closed from 12pm – 2pm due to the Friday prayers.