KUCHING: The two-day KTS Group of Companies (KTS) and Stihl series of ‘Charity Car Wash’ saw a total of 850 cars getting cleaned during the Kuching leg which ended yesterday.
The event to mark the 50th anniversary of KTS and Stihl collaboration since 1968 is part of KTS Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme to help raise fund for Chinese independent schools in Sarawak and Sabah.
Students and teachers from beneficiary schools in the respective areas assist with the car wash on the scheduled dates from 8am to 4pm.
The event will move on to Sibu, Bintulu, Miri, Kota Kinabalu and Sandakan before ending in Tawau in March.
The next locations are Sibu Town Square Phase 2 in Sibu on Jan 20 and 21; followed by Bintulu (location to be announced) on Jan 27 and 28 and Miri (location to be announced) on Feb 3 and 4.
The charity event will move to Sabah in March starting with Kota Kinabalu (location to be announced) on March 10 and 11; Yu Yuan Secondary School in Sandakan on March 17 and 18; and ending with Sabah Chinese High School in Tawau on March 24 and 25.
Those who participated in the car wash stand a chance to win Stihl products in a lucky draw.
For the first leg in Kuching, the first prize of a Stihl high pressure cleaner went to MyKad holder 940130-13-XXXX while the second prize of a Stihl vacuum cleaner went to MyKad holder 570824-13-XXX and third prize of a cordless brush cutter went to Ting Heng Seng.
The fourth prize of a Stihl cordless grass trimmer went to Tan Mee Tziau, while fifth prizes of cordless shrub shears went to Vincent Toh, Karen Chen, Yeo Chuan Hui, Su Som Siem, Lee Eng Soon and Jenny Lai.
Ten consolation prizes of a Stihl chronograph watch went to Lee Chee Yong, Law Hui Lok, Ang Chiou Shiang, Lai Siong Yew, Wong Kah Siong, Edward Sim, Ho Ai Ying, Jordan Kiu, and MyKad numbers 000616-13-XXXX and 770516-13-XXXX.
Winners who were not present during the lucky draw are advised to call KTS Trading at 082-245245 for their prizes.