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Drink Coupons Giveaway - DESIGN 1 + 1 CNY Minimal Exhibition

by on Jan 14, 2016 in Lifestyle , Perspective Promotions
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Think you will be exhausted after all the Chinese New Year festivities? How about drinks, workshops and a fashion night out?

At WOOBAR at the W Hotel, BeCandle and Hachill will be offering Perspective readers limited quantities of free drink coupons for the DESIGN 1 + 1 CNY Minimal Exhibition.

Simply follow the steps below to get a chance to snap up a coupon:

  1. "Like" the Perspective Facebook Page
  2. "Share" this post onto your personal timeline (Privacy should be set as public)
  3. Email your Facebook name, real name and company name to marketing@perspective.com with the subject of "DESIGN 1 + 1 CNY Minimal Exhibition"

Stay tuned with us, or visit DESIGN 1 + 1 Facebook Page for latest updates!

Details
Event: DESIGN 1 + 1 CNY Minimal Exhibition
Venue: WOOBAR, W Hong Kong
Date: Feb 15, 2016
Time: 7pm – 10pm

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Terms & Conditions
Coupons will be offered on a first come, first served basis.
In case of any disputes, Perspective's digital editor reserves the right of final decision.

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