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Second round winners of Caltex Star Drive competition awarded

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The second two winners of Caltex ‘Star Drive – Car and Bike Chase’ received their brand-new Bajaj Discover 125cc motorcycles plus a year’s worth of free engine oil at an event held at the Chevron House in Colombo 3 recently. 
The lucky winners of the second round were M. L. Geethika Lakmali from Thelijjawila and Sangaralingham Vanamurali from Chavakachcheri.
Caltex ‘Star Drive – Car and Bike Chase’ offers the consumers an opportunity to win a brand-new Honda BR-V 7-seater Compact SUV as the grand prize or one of ten brand new Bajaj Discover 125cc motorcycles along with a year’s worth of engine oil.
The first 2 winners received their bikes on the 4th of May 2017, while two more randomly selected winners per month will stand the chance of winning a motorcycle each during the months of June and 
July 2017. 
The remaining two motorcycles and the Honda BR-V Compact SUV will be awarded at a Grand draw which will be held in September 2017. The closing date for the entries has been extended by 2 months until the 31stof August 2017due to popular demand.
To stand a chance of winning these valuable prizes, the consumers simply need to reveal the secret code by scratching the panel on the reverse of the card attached to the promotional pack and SMS it to 2343 by typing CALTEX <SPACE> SECRET CODE <SPACE> NIC NUMBER.

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