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Media Prima offers Proton Saga as grand prize for Projek Video Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians now stand a chance to win a brand new Proton Saga 1.3 CVT and RM5,000 cash as the grand prize for the second edition of Projek Video Malaysia (Provim 2017).
Organised by Media Prima Berhad’s (MPB) News and Current Affairs Division Television Networks’ Digital News Unit, Provim 2017 aims to foster the spirit of independence, patriotism and racial unity in a multicultural society.
Held in conjunction with the National Day celebrations on August 31, and Malaysia Day celebration on September 16, the short video competition is themed, ‘Negaraku’.
The grand prize was sponsored by DRB-Hicom Bhd in its inaugural participation with Provim 2017.
The group’s strategic communications head, Mahmood Abdul Razak said the choice to sponsor a Proton Saga for the competition was due to the nostalgic value it has by being the first national car.
“The Proton Saga has always been an icon to Malaysians as it has been in the road for the past 30 years.
“It also suits the theme, ‘Negaraku’, as it apt. The car shows our identity as Malaysians,” said Mahmood after a handover ceremony at Sri Pentas, Bandar Utama here, today.
Meanwhile, MPB’s News and Current Affairs, digital news executive editor, Azura Zainal Ratin said that the competition will allow Malaysians to show their love for the country through creative videos.
She was confident that the participation for the competition would increase by double compared to last year.
Participants can email their short videos, each not exceeding three minutes, in MP4 format, to provim.mpb@gmail.com, which would then be uploaded to the MPB News Facebook page.
The competition will run for the whole month of August.
A total of 11 winners will be announced on September 16, through the Facebook page and also through on the news bulletins of MPB television networks.
The second prize are two tickets to ‘Pelayaran Islamik’ and RM3,000 in cash and the third prize winner will receive a Demak motorcycle and RM2,000 cash.
As for the ‘Most Popular Video’ category, which will be based on the numbers of likes on Facebook, the winner stands a chance to win RM1,000.

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