Heads up, fellas! Crocs Philippines is giving away a four-day trip for two to Singapore for free! And—get this—all you've got to do is play a little game called Run Sailor Run on Facebook. No registration fees y'all!
To join the promo, you should first like Crocs Philippines' Facebook page then click on the Run Sailor Run tab and play. The game itself is easy peasy and really entertaining. You just have to choose between a dude and a gal as your character, run and collect all the coins you can while dodging obstacles either by jumping (arrow up key) or ducking (arrow down key).
After playing, you'll be asked to register. Don't worry, you won't be asked to answer a gamut of questions; all you need to do is enter your name, contact number, and email add, choose which crocs style you like the most (e.g. bold or relaxed) and you're good to go! After giving all the necessary deets, you can play again and again to accumulate more coins. The more gold you get, the better the chance of getting the W.
Yep, we played the girl character para maiba naman
We know many of you are experts in gaming with your fingers, but we bet that won't be enough. If you really want to rack up a high score, which will be the the basis for choosing the winner, you can also invite your friends to give boost your points.
As for the four-day stay in Singapore for you and, say, your jowa or maybe your best bud, let us tell you it won't be an ordinary ride. Aside from going to posh and popular locations like Orchard Road and Marina Bay Sands, you'll also be following an itinerary developed by renowned fashion blogger Laureen Uy, which means a few surprises can be expected. And it gets better: the winners will also hop aboard the Crocs Yacht. Pwede!
Crocs will also be giving away a ton of gift certificates, worth P2,000 and P1,000, as consolation prizes for those who won't win the Singapore trip.
Sounds all good? If you want to join, you can log on and play the game now until July 27. You've got plenty of time but we recommend playing the early bird bit because having a headstart is a definite plus. Happy running!
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