November 12, 2014 (Wed): foodpanda Malaysia has launched its #Save1Hour campaign alongside its Facebook contest which will win customers weekly prizes of an Apple iPhone 6 or an Xbox One.
The #Save1Hour campaign advocates saving one hour of your time by doing the things you want or have to while leaving the meal preparation and delivery of food to the experts. foodpanda has made it convenient for customers to order their food through their mobile application and website. One hour is all it takes for the food delivery to reach the customer’s doorstep.
The #Save1Hour concept emphasizes spending time doing something more productive for example, paying your bills online, doing your laundry, going for a jog or simply relax; which would otherwise be used for driving, looking for a car park and getting stuck in traffic just to get your meal or preparing a meal.
In reinforcing its message to #Save1Hour, foodpanda Malaysia is also organizing a Facebook contest to get customers post their most creative suggestion of what they would do if they could #Save1Hour using foodpanda’s service. To participate, contestants will need to visit foodpanda Malaysia’s Facebook page to post their ideas. With each entry, participants are in the running to win the weekly prizes that include the Apple iPhone 6, Xbox One and foodpanda vouchers worth RM100.
“Living in a fast-paced world, we are always rushing for time. Besides showing our customers that a lot can actually be achieved in an hour, we also hope that this campaign will help them to prioritize productivity. With foodpanda’s food delivery service, customers can save up to 7 hours a week which will make a big change in the amount of time they saved to do what they want or need to do”, said Claudio Abitante, Managing Director of foodpanda Malaysia.
The #Save1Hour Facebook Contest will run from 10th November 2014 to 8th December 2014. Participants can submit their entries to foodpanda Malaysia’s Facebook page from Thursday to Sunday each week. Winners of the contest will be announced on the following Monday.