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GMA 7 gives away P25M in biggest Kapuso Milyonaryo

Monday, November 04, 2013
The Philippine Star | 56 Views

GMA 7 continues to offer its loyal viewers the chance to bring home millions of pesos as well as exciting prizes with its new promo campaign, Kapuso Milyonaryo Todo Pamasko.

Delza Respecia, a past P1M winner from Mindanao, used her winnings to start a small business. Other past P1M winners, Junard Villarico from Visayas and Wilma Rabac from Luzon, were able to rebuild their homes. More than 700 winners have also won exciting prizes from Kapuso Milyonaryo.

Joining GMA in giving away over P25M worth of prizes tax free are Nescafé 3in1, Milo Chocolate Powdered Drink, Family’s Brand Sardines, Smart Prepaid, CDO, Aji-Ginisa Flavor Seasoning Mix and Energen. Such include P1M each to seven lucky winners from the partner brands, two house and lot units from ProFriends, two pick-up trucks and 13 motorcycles from Yamaha in the grand draw.

Aside from these, there will also be three winners of P1M each, two winners of P100,000 from Energen and 15 winners of motorcycles from Yamaha any time during the course of the promo campaign.

Every week until Dec. 20, GMA will announce 12 winners of P7,000 each, one winner of P100,000 from Energen, one winner of a Pangkabuhayan package plus P10,000 from Family’s Brand Sardines and two winners of smartphones from Smart Prepaid.

For more details, log on to or call the promo hotline: 922-7372 (Metro Manila) and 1800-10-922-7372 (outside of Metro Manila).

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