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SKYcable subscriber wins promo and takes home a Subaru Forester

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SKYcable Subscriber Takes Home a Subaru Forester via HITS channel promo

One lucky SKYcable subscriber is taking home a brand new Subaru Forester after the grand draw of the “HITS A SUBARU!” Raffle Promo.

Darlene Tan, 33, a manager in their family business, was the grand prize winner. Darlene and her family has been a SKYcable subscriber since 1992 and is an avid fan of HITS which features TV’s all-time favorites and critically-acclaimed series. She watches marathons of Law and Order, The Golden Girls and her favorite series, The X-Files. It was through the channel’s promo commercials that she found out about the raffle and decided to join just for fun.

For Darlene, “HITS is a great channel. I love watching their shows. Winning (the promo) is an extra perk.” Though she never expected to win the grand prize, she simply hoped to win any of the minor prizes during one of the monthly draws. Last September 17, 2015, Darlene, together with her family, excitedly claimed her grand prize which was officially presented to her by James Dumlao, SKY Cable Head of Programming, Bob Palanca, Motor Image Pilipinas (Subaru) Deputy General Manager, and Avi Himatsinghani, HITS Founder and CEO.

Aside from the grand prize winner, 9 other lucky subscribers were treated to various cool prizes during the monthly draws. Every month since the promo was launched in May, the lucky winners got to take home a Fujifilm Instax Mini 8, a Samsung 40” LED TV, and an iPhone 6.

Congratulations to all “HITS A SUBARU!” promo winners! For the complete list of winners, simply go to SKYcable’s website at www.mysky.com.ph/HitsASubaru.

This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity was made possible by HITS – the channel that celebrates the best TV all in one place!

SKYcable, the country’s leader in cable TV, offers the widest selection of premium entertainment with its over 200 channels, and top-of-the-line services that allows subscribers to choose and add channels to their basic plan through SELECT, record, pause and rewind live TV through iRECORD, and watch real-time exclusive coverage of live concerts and sporting events via PAY-PER-VIEW and FREE VIEW. Destiny Cable also lets you enjoy these benefits on digital, and the best value for your money with a plan that consists of over 90 channels for only P550 per month.

To subscribe, contact SKYcable through www.mysky.com.ph or their customer service hotlines at 02-381-0000 for Metro Manila, CAMANAVA, and Rizal, 046-484-4701 for Cavite, 049-534-1555 for Calamba, Binan and Sta. Rosa, Laguna, 02-520-8560 for San Pedro, Laguna, 044-693-5877 for Bulacan, 032-421-1818 for Cebu, 082-305-5456 for Davao, 074-442-4841 for Baguio, 034-432-0051 for Bacolod, 033-300-1210 for Iloilo, 035-225-1010 for Dumaguete, and 083-301-3134 for Gen. Santos City; or Destiny Cable through www.destinycable.com.ph or their hotline at 02-418-0000.  /pr

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