LG Electronics Launches “Clean It to Win It” Competition
(Amman, February, 2011) –LG Electronics, the global leader and technology innovator in information technology and communications worldwide, has recently launched “Clean It to Win It” competition on the occasion of Mother’s Day for seven consecutive days from the 15th to the 21st of April, 2011 at City Mall from 12:00 till 10:00 pm.
To participate in the competition, contestants will clean a carpet filled with dust and dirt placed in a 2m X 2m glass room, using the latest technology from LG Kompressor Vacuum Cleaner, and emptying the vacuum’s dust tank as rapidly as possible.
As soon the contestant is inside the glass room, overseen by LG’s team, the digital clock counts the time taken to clean up the carpet and his/her name is recorded on the whiteboard and the next contestant follows and so on. On the last day of the competition, the name of the fastest contestant will be announced and will win a trip for their mother to the dream destination Island “The Maldives”, which includes accommodation for 4 nights 5 days, plus two economy airplane tickets.
During the competition, LG’s team will explain about the dust compression technology and HEPA 13 Filter that adds power to the suction power, in addition to its added features, prices and availability, as well as answering any questions or inquires from the audience.
LG’s Vacuum Cleaner is unique for its vacuum dust compression system (KOMPRESSOR) that provides greater convenience and efficiency in the cleaning process, and ensures the customers’ home clean and healthy. It also has a high suction power with a great ability to clean dust, both visible and invisible. The Vacuum Cleaner, equipped with the first vacuum pressure system for dust in the world, prevents dust particles from going outside again after suction, which contributes to a healthier, cleaner environment. Furthermore, the Vacuum Cleaner is unique with its Punch Power feature that removes mites and fine dust from beds and bedspreads by clicking on its surface with a high speed up to 3 thousand clicks per minutes.