Share Share Share Sharing is caring! Tweet 16 Views no discussions LocalNews Jungle Bay Joins 365MMP/desiGna Love Contest by: – February 10, 2012 365 Media, Marketing and Production is pleased to announce that Jungle Bay Resort and Spa has chosen to partner with us in staging the 365MMP Valentine’s Day Love Contest.Jungle Bay is the newest company to do so joining, online store desiGna, to create even more value to our customers and offering a One-night Getaway Package, which includes accommodation and breakfast for two, to the winning couple. General Manager of Jungle Bay Sam Raphael said, “Jungle Bay is delighted to support WEL associate 365 MMP by donating a one night get-away package for this promotion.”The Love Contest ends on February 12, 2012 and couples seeking entry into the competition need only go to the 365MMP Facebook page, “like” the page and post a photo of them and their spouse together. From there, friends will have the opportunity to like the picture. The photo with the most likes will be judged the winner and results will be announced simultaneously on the Facebook pages of 365MMP and www.shopdesiGna.com.The winner will score a One-night Getaway Package courtesy of Jungle Bay Resort and Spa, along with a $240 Gift Certificate atwww.shopdesiGna.com and a 365 MMP Couple’s Photo-shoot.The second place winner will also win a Couple’s Photo-shoot.A full list of contest rules are available on the365 MMP Facebook page under the promotional flier.Press Release
Jakarta: Indian boxer Amit Panghal (49kg) advnced to the semifinals to assure himself of a maiden medal at the Asian Games on Wednesday. The Armyman, who is a Commonwealth Games silver-medallist, defeated South Korea’s Kim Jang Ryong 5-0 with a thoroughly dominating performance to enter the last-four stage where he will take on Filipino Carlo Paalam. In the boxing competition, semifinalists are entitled to bronze medals.Also Read | Salman is welcome to host KBC, says Amitabh BachchanThe 22-year-old from Haryana, making his debut at the Games, intimidated his 20-year-old opponent, using his right straights to good effect.On the other hand, the Korean, despite being a southpaw and the taller of two, simply withdrew after a decent show in the opening three minutes.Amit was brilliant with his footwork, moving around craftily to exhaust his rival, who looked unsure for most of the bout.It has been a brilliant year for the Indian, who won back-to-back gold medals at the inaugural India Open and the prestigious Strandja Memorial Tournament in Bulgaria.This was followed by a silver at the Gold Coast CWG in April. For all the Latest Sports News News, Asian Games News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.