Robinsons Appliances Holds ‘Race to A Minute’ Year 5

It was indeed an exciting and prize-filled day for the five teams who outrun and outwit each other to take home amazing prices from Robinsons Appliances’ Race to a Minute Year 5 – Manila Leg at Robinsons Galleria last March 16.

Hosted by TV host and model, Eric “Eruption” Tai, Race to a Minute Year 5 was composed of five teams from different parts of the country, who took the challenge of completing the five tasks situated at the five pits stops located inside Robinsons Galleria. Donna San Luis, Marketing Services Manager of Robinsons Appliances, shared: “We are very delighted that we’re bringing the 5th year of ‘Race to a Minute’ here at Robinsons Galleria, where players can feel the excitement and challenges, we’ve prepared for them. We’re hoping that through this experience, we’re adding more fun and reasons for our customers to shop at Robinsons Appliances branches across the country.”

‘Race to A Minute’ Through the Years

Over the past years, Robinsons Appliances has been travelling the country spreading fun and excitement to its patrons through “Race to a Minute”. With millions worth of prizes that have been given away, Race to a Minute participant from Metro Manila, Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao were able various home and kitchen appliances, as well as tech and gadgets that they would love to have.

“We are very grateful for the trust and support we’ve received from so many people over the past years. We started ‘Race to a Minute’ in 2017, and despite the halt due to the pandemic, we received tremendous support from eager customers who want to experience the thrilling fun and wonderful prizes we’ve been giving away through this competition. We hope that we were able to transpire sportsmanship, camaraderie and fun among others through this friendly competition, and we hope to see more of our loyal customers in our upcoming games and surprises,” shared San Luis.

Racers from as far as Davao, Cagayan de Oro, Valencia in Bukidnon, Dumaguete, Tuguegarao, Cebu, La Union, San Pedro in Laguna, Baguio, and Metro Manila have showed their strength, speed and mastery of quizzes through the various pit stops created for “Race to a Minute.” Along with these are the numerous sponsors and partners who showed interest and support to make these each leg of the race happens.

The Final Race

This year’s Race to a Minute was divided into four legs, first being at La Union last February 24, Dumaguete last March 2, Cagayan de Oro last March 9 and just recently in Robinson Galleria last March 16. A total of 20 teams with two players each run their hearts out to receive the biggest amount that they can get to use for an amazing shopping spree at Robinsons Appliances.

Totaling to almost PHP2.5 million worth of prizes were given away for the entire race of Race to a Minute Year 5. Kenneth Viray and Liza Jan Mendez were named champions in the Luzon leg, Marie Chris Trumata and Marck Anthony Pajueles were the champions in the Visayas leg, Hannah Luison Yugtan and Daniel Lague led the Mindanao leg, and Maria Ruadil and Rogelio Castino Jr. bagged the highest prize in the Metro Manila leg. The remaining teams are also taking home some prizes that they could use for their shopping spree at Robinsons Appliances nationwide.

“As we bid goodbye to the fond and memorable memories of ‘Race to a Minute, we want our customers to expect for more exciting promos and deals from Robinsons Appliances as we continue to open more doors in different cities across the Philippine,” San Luis concluded.

Robinsons Appliances “Race to a Minute” Year 5 is co-presented by (GOLD SPONSORS) Aeon Credit Services, TCL, Midea, and Toshiba, (SILVER SPONSORS) Panasonic, Whirpool, Fujidenzo, Carries, Condura and Lex Services Warranty Expert, as well as Skyworth, Oppo, LG, Acer, American Home, Samsung, Imarflex, Konzert, JBL, Kolin, Hisense, Hanabishi, Dowell, Devant and Asahi.

For more news, updates, the latest promos, and activities, you may visit or follow the Robinsons Appliances official pages on Facebook and Instagram.

Written by Village Connect

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