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Fantasy car comes true with Bazinga

Aljon Larosa of Davao is driving home his fantasy car, an Audi A3, courtesy of Bazinga Inc.

Larosa won in Bazinga Inc.’s online promo by just liking the Facebook page of Bazinga World.  The awarding ceremony was held during the official launch of Bazinga Inc. on March 15, 2013 at National Sports Grill, Greenbelt 3, Makati.

On hand during the ceremonial car key turn over are (from left): Zes Martinez, VP and Chief Business Officer, Bazinga Inc., Aljon Larosa and Mei Brantzeg, Head, Global Marketing, Bazinga Inc.

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