The highly anticipated Shell “tissue box promotion” is back. From 3rd March to 27th April 2014, drivers will receive a free Shell tissue box by simply spending a minimum of $50 on Shell fuels and presenting their Shell Escape Card. Non-Escape members can sign up at any Shell station.
Simply peal and win attractive prizes such as $5 Shell Fuel Vouchers, $2 off Meiji milk, $1 off JWEL ice cream, and 1-for-1 7-Eleven Distilled Water. 10 lucky winners will also stand to walk away with the grand prize of a year’s supply of Shell fuels worth $5,000 each, by collecting 4 tabs that make up the figure ‘5-0-0-0’.
For more info, visit Shell website.
Good news to all Doctor Who and LEGO fans. It seems like we are one step closer to getting a Doctor Who LEGO set.
In the past, LEGO has been rejecting all Doctor Who project on Cuusoo. This is because the Doctor Who construction toy license is being held by another company, The Character Group. That why LEGO reject all the Doctor Who project on Cuusoo because they can’t get the license.
However, things has changed. LEGO announced that they will start accepting Doctor Who project from now. This means that either the license by Character Group has ended or LEGO is confident of securing the license.
Now all we need is an awesome Doctor Who LEGO project on the Cuusoo site to be selected. I guess that’s going to be easy. Don’t Blink. We might get a Doctor Who LEGO set soon.
Digital vending machines are a common sight in Japan. Besides dispensing snacks and beverages, these vending machines also sell high tech gadgets as well as lifestyle products. Well, the high tech vending machines are here in Singapore.
Called VENDOR satisfaction guaranteed, this high tech vending machine will bring an exclusive and diverse mix of Japanese fashion, cosmetics and lifestyle products to the streets of Singapore.
Some of the products being sold by the vending machine include nail wrap, hair chalk, traditional Japanese handicrafts and earphones.
Introduced by Japanese retail company satisfaction guaranteed, the high-tech machines can be found at The Cathay, Liang Court and 100AM.
The Formula One of Sailing is back in Singapore. This year, the race organisers brought forward the 2014 Extreme Sailing Series from April to February to ensure the wind conditions were just right for the competition. And they were right. The windy condition delivered one of the most dramatic moments in the eight year history of Extreme Sailing Series.
In winds that were varying from 5 to 23 knots across the racecourse, Team Aberdeen Singapore caught one of the biggest gusts of the day as they came into the finish line struggling to hold off the pace and ploughing into the back of France’s Groupama sailing team. The Safety Team were immediately on site to provide assistance, and all the crews were taken account of. Luckily only one crew from France’s Groupama sailing team suffered minor injuries.
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