Those who spend RM30 and above on any purchases (excluding tobacco, TouchNGo, and ePay services) at BHPetrol stations can join the contest.
Recently, in conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebration, free mandarin oranges were distributed at seven BHPetrol service stations namely BHPetrol Harmony Sg Besi Toll Plaza, BHPetrol Kg Sungai Kayu Ara, BHPetrol Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, Kuala Lumpur BHPetrol Jalan Kuching, BHPetrol R&R Seremban Utara, BHPetrol KL - Klang and BHPetrol R&R Sg Buloh.
As part of the festive celebration, the BHPetrol retail team gave away angpow packets to lucky drive-in customers at the BHPetrol KL - Karak Highway service station recently.
Free goodie bags with snacks, drinks, mandarin oranges and beauty care products were also given to customers.
The event at the BHPetrol KL - Karak Highway service station featured a special lion dance and was officiated by BHPetrol managing director Tan Kim Thiam.
"We wish all our customers a happy Chinese New Year and safe journey home," said Tan.
Also present were Seng Group of Companies president Datuk Seri Christopher Lim as well as managing director and CEO Datuk Seri King Lim, BHPetrol general manager (supply, retail and government public affairs) Azizul Azily Ahmad, BHPetrol retail operations manager Aziz Majid, and BHPetrol convenience retail manager Muhammad Azhan Dolhalit.
Seng Group of Companies, which specialises in petrol station development and distribution of petroleum products, is the largest operator of BHPetrol stations in the country.
King Lim, said the group operates over 100 BHPetrol stations and in the first quarter of 2019, plans to open three new BHPetrol stations in Raub (Pahang), Ulu Pauh (Perlis) and Lumut (Perak).
Meanwhile, Aziz said this year, the company plans to open 13 to 15 new BHPetrol stations.
"Presently, there are 387 BHPetrol stations in the country. By the end of 2019, we plan to have 400 stations."