Caltex-Visa payWave ‘Drive Away a Millionaire’ promo announces winner of P1M Visa credit

Posted on Oct 4 2017 - 9:33am by Upgrade Staff

Caltex, marketed by Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI), announced the grand winner of Php1,000,000 to be credited to his Visa card from the Caltex-Visa payWave Drive Away a Millionaire promo, Dominic Tan of Davao City.

(L-R) Outgoing Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI) General Manager (GM) for Philippine Products Peter Morris is joined by incoming CPI GM Louie Zhang, Visa Country Manager for Philippines and Guam Stuart Tomlinson and Caltex-Visa payWave grand winner of P1-million Dominic Tan (second from right).

Tan, user of Visa and other Caltex rewards partners such as Robinsons Rewards Cards and HappyPlus, has been going for fuel ups to the same Caltex station in Bajada, Davao City for the past seven years.

Caltex improved payment facilities in participating stations through the Visa payWave technology to enhance Filipino motorists’ gas-up experience. Visa’s newest card feature allows cardholders to pay for Caltex fuels more conveniently by waving Visa payWave-enabled cards on contactless terminals.

Aside from the grand prize winner, Caltex also gave away P100,000 worth of StarCash to three winners.

“Partnering with Visa for the payWave contactless technology has allowed us to enrich our loyal customers’ fueling experience with value-added services,” said GM for Philippine Products and incoming CPI country chairman Louie Zhang.

Customers may get in touch with their local banks to inquire about Visa payWave.

The Caltex Drive Away a Millionaire promo ran from April 15 to July 31 in all participating Caltex stations. Per DTI-FTEB Permit No. 4157 Series of 2017.

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