Stand A Chance to Win An Official Asian Games Mascot!

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The Asian Games have finally come to a close. As I mentioned in my previous blog post, I will be giving away an official 2014 Asian Games Mascot to one lucky winner! This is to thank you all for all the support you all have given us during the Asian Games.

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These are the 3 official mascots of the 2014 Incheon Asian Games – Barame, Chumuro and Vichuon.

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Vichuon

The first of the three seal siblings, named Vichuon (light)

A messenger of light, shining a light of hope on the world. It shines bright light upon the world with its dependable and warm personality, wishing for peace and stability in the world, and acts as the center of the Asian Games in building harmony and friendship among Asians. It endeavors for the competition’s safety with its joyous image and warm laughter!

 

How to win this mascot 

Winning this mascot is really simple! All you have to do is to follow these few steps:

1) Like my page on Facebook

2) Subscribe to my blog – Enter your email address on the sidebar on the right hand side if you’re using PC, or enter your email on the sidebar at the bottom of my blog if you’re using mobile

3) Share this post on any of your social media channels (E.g. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) with the title “Asian Games Mascot Giveaway!” and hashtag #swimpsj for tracking purposes.

Comment “Done” on the comment section below once you’ve done these 3 steps! 🙂

Remember to leave your email address on the comment section so that I will know how to contact you if you win this mascot! Once again, thank you for all the support and all the best to you all! 🙂

 

Winner will be announced on 15th of October, Wednesday. 

 

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