KUALA LUMPUR: Petronas Dagangan Bhd (PDB) is providing some creature comforts for those headed outstation with its Coffee Break Campaign that saw it roping in partners ranging from Tealive to Dunkin Donuts to Shopee, as well as Touch ‘n Go, to provide not only refreshments, but also a range of goodies.
“This year, we want to reward our customers in a big way. Together with our partners, we are pooling together our resources to throw in a galore of rewards that will appeal to all customers,” said Azrul Osman Rani, PDB’s managing director and chief executive officer as he launched the campaign at the Petronas station at the Technology Park here, right next to the north bound side of the Kuala Lumpur-Seremban Expressway.
“As a yearly tradition, PDB offers free Nescafe and snacks at 160 participating Petronas stations,” he said at the launch.
Petronas is also partnering with Hong Leong Yamaha Motor Sdn Bhd to offer a free eight-point inspection for all motorcycles during the period.
In addition to this, Petronas is also sponsoring petrol for 50 St John Ambulance Malaysia ambulances that are stationed at various spots on the expressway.
“Motorists should also take advantage of the Setel app (owned by Petronas) to cut the queue while refuelling at our stations. Setel allows direct debit from app to pump, so you don’t waste time waiting to make payments.”
Payment made through Setel still entitles the motorist to clock up Mesra reward points, depending on the amount of fuel purchased.
Another good news is that Petronas is also waiving the 50 sen reload fee for Touch ‘n Go cards at its stations until Jan 29.
There are also various shopping deals and promotional items packaged as Prosperity Deals from 26 brands at Kedai Mesra. Deals include limited edition Star Wars tumblers and other exclusive Petronas items.
The Coffee Break campaign is over four days: Jan 23-24, and Feb 1-2.