Guardian’s Outstanding Brands Award 2017 Returns This 1st September!

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Get ready for Guardian’s Outstanding Brands Award 2017 as the 17th instalment will begins in just a few more days! This annual popular award for health and beauty brands was first introduced by Guardian Malaysia back in the year 2000. It’s not just any brands award but it also connects millions of shoppers to Guardian’s business partners and brand owners all through voting.

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According to Ms Christina Low, Marketing Director of Guardian Health and Beauty Sdn Bhd, the Outstanding Brands Award also known as OBA in short is their way of celebrating with their business partners and giving recognition to brand excellence. Consumers are looking forward to this yearly affair as they stand a chance to win attractive prices. She added that the Award has also evolved through changes, for example this year’s OBA is conducted entirely in digital format – through Facebook Messenger. The voting platform also has a set of questionnaire that would enable Guardian and its business partners to understand customer brand preference behaviour more.

200 brands in total will be vying for 60 categories, but there will only be one most preferred brand award for each category.

Shoppers also stand a chance to win one of the 50 prizes prepared, totalling RM25,000 in Guardian vouchers.

  • Five (5) Grand Prize of RM1,500 each
  • Five (5) First Prize of RM1,000 each
  • Fifteen (15) Second Prize of RM500 each, and
  • Twenty Five (25) Consolation Prize of RM200 each.

Just spend a minimum of RM10 at any Guardian store or online, log on to http://www.m.me/GuardianOBA or scan the QR code provided to start voting. Voting starts from 1st September to 27th September 2017. Anyone aged 18 and above are eligible to vote. Kindly retain the original Guardian receipt as the voting app will require voters to snap a photo and upload.

For more information of Guardian Outstanding Brands Award, please visit Guardian Malaysia Website.

 

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