Continuing to celebrate the power and versatility of the Samsung GALAXY Note, Samsung Malaysia Electronics is offering people who use the LRT stations at Masjid Jamek and KLCC a chance to win limited edition Gallery Note Touch ‘n Go cards by participating in two concurrent programmes using social media applications.

Gallery Note @ Masjid Jamek and Gallery Note @ KLCC Convex Tunnel, so named because of the digital art murals adorning both stations, is the focus of FourSquare and Twitter engagement activities for four weeks, between 4th of May and 4th of June.


The month-long programmes will require people “checking-in” or taking photos of themselves with a digital art mural as a backdrop, upload on FourSquare or Twitter, and add the hashtag #GalleryNote for tracking.

Samsung Malaysia will identify people who participate in these programmes by the hashtag and direct-message them if selected to win Gallery Note Touch ‘n Go cards.

For those who have not synced their FourSquare accounts with Twitter, they may send Samsung Malaysia an email at [email protected], with their Gallery Note photo as well as contact details. In these cases, the subject should clearly state “Gallery Note”.

Each week, four participants will be selected to receive limited edition Gallery Note Touch ‘n Go cards, based on creativity of photo and message. Selection takes place on Thursday at 6.00pm, and those selected will be contacted on Friday. Participants need to remember the hashtag #GalleryNote to ensure their tweet can be tracked.

The programmes are open to anyone living in Malaysia above 18 years of age and it will close on 4th June (Monday) at 6.00pm (Malaysian time).

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Good luck, troops!

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