Three basketball fans in Indonesia are lucky to be able to watch the FIBA World Cup 2023 final match for free at the SM Mall of Asia Arena, Manila, Philippines, next September 10 / Photo: Top Gear Philippines
JAKARTA – Three basketball fans in Indonesia are lucky to be able to watch the FIBA World Cup 2023 final match for free at the SM Mall of Asia Arena, Manila, Philippines, 10 September. The three are Harris Dwiguna, Novia Riani Putri, and Praylli Goldian Haman.
They were selected as winners after taking part in two exciting contests held by Foot Locker Indonesia. In the first contest, Harris from Bandung emerged as the winner.
Novia and Praylli won the second contest. They succeeded in creating Social Media content (UGC) entitled “The Starting Five Challenge”. They were asked to show their love for their own version of the field and win a free trip to Manila.
The three lucky winners are scheduled to fly to Manila on September 9. Later, all costs will be borne by Foot Locker Indonesia, starting from plane tickets, accommodation, transportation and up to final tickets for the 2023 FIBA World Cup.
“We are very pleased to be able to send Mr. Harris Dwiguna, Ms. Novia Riani Putri, and Ms. Praylli Goldian Haman to Manila for this once in a lifetime experience. These contests are our way of appreciating our loyal customers and at the same time taking part in this world sporting event,” said Nino Priambodo, General Manager of PT. MAP Active Adiperkasa and spokesperson for Foot Locker Indonesia, in a press statement, Wednesday (6/9/2023).
Meanwhile, Harris admitted that he was happy when he received the news that he had been chosen as the winner. According to him, this was his first experience of being able to watch the 2023 FIBA World Cup final in Manila.
“I was really surprised when I was contacted by the Foot Locker team regarding the news of this victory. However, I am very happy and grateful to Foot Locker Indonesia for the free travel package prize and the rare opportunity to watch the world basketball final in Manila later,” said Harris Dwiguna in his press statement, Wednesday (6/9/2023).