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Sharizad is lucky Quiksilver winner

An unexpected surprise was awarded to one lucky Malaysian, Sharizad Naim (pic, second from left) for winning a trip for two to Gold Coast, Australia; among other participants from Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines and Thailand in the Quiksilver Enjoy the Experience contest. 

Quiksilver Malaysia customers were given the opportunity to participate in this contest together with other participants around South East Asia from 8th January till 8th February 2013. 

The contest were held in conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebration and Quiksilver shoppers were required to purchase RM288 and above in a single receipt to be eligible for an entry.

The winner of this contest receive prizes worth up to AUD$4,000 (RM12,712) which includes a return economy flights for two people to Gold Coast, Australia, 5 nights stay at Watermark Hotel & Spa Surfers Paradise, two VIP passes to the 2013 Quiksilver and Roxy Pro, two World Passes to Dream World and White Water World, a one day Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary & Adventure Park, a surfing session for 2 with a Quiksilver ambassador, passes for two and one photo with a Koala as well as a 55 minutes Paradise Jet Boating session for two people.

Sharizad commented, “When I received the email mentioning that I’ve won, I thought it was a prank until I received a call from the representative of Quiksilver Malaysia”. He added, “I’ve never thought, I could win something like this and I will share this prize with my wife, Nor Shuhaida.”

According to Director of Marketing, Catherine Chin “This will be an experience money can’t buy for both Sharizad Naim and his wife”.

Sharizad Naim and his wife will be among the many invited VIPs for the Quiksilver and Roxy Pro Gold Coast 2013 which will be held from 2nd till 13th March 2013, where surfers such as 11X ASP World Champion, Kelly Slater, Dane Reynolds, and many more do a battle for the US$75,000 (RM232,800) first place cheque.

For further information and live telecast on the contest, visit www.quiksilverlive.com and iPhone users can also download the Quiksilver apps to their phone to enjoy the experience.

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