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Word about 'Cathay Pacific -- 'World's Biggest Welcome' reaches friends overseas

29 Jan 2002

Cathay Pacific encourages everyone to enter the draw
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Word about "Cathay Pacific - The World's Biggest Welcome" has reached Chinatowns around the world.

Hong Kong people have received calls from friends and relatives living overseas asking to be nominated on their entry to the draw in which Cathay Pacific will give away 10,000 tickets for people to visit Hong Kong.

Some Hong Kong people say that the campaign has made them think about friends and family living overseas.

Mr Cheng, a Hong Kong resident who works in the publishing industry, called Cathay Pacific to say: "I was always too busy to call my brothers living overseas. But this campaign made me think about them. When they realised that I intended to nominate them they were deeply touched."

Cathay Pacific flight attendants wish participant good luck!
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Close to 60,000 completed forms have been returned over the past four days. The first 100 winners will be picked in draws staged at Times Square over four consecutive days, starting from tomorrow.

Each will also win an additional two free tickets for their own travel, plus the right to enter a Grand Draw on 5 February for a special Mega Prize. The remaining winners will be drawn on 6 February 2002.

Forms should be available at all times at the six entry form drop-off points located at six MTR stations - Central, Admiralty, Causeway Bay, Kowloon Tong, Mongkok and Tsim Sha Tsui. Additional forms are being printed each day to keep up with demand. Entries can be made up to midnight on February 2, 2002.