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CONTEST: Yabu's Guess How Many Masu Cups



"Guess how many Masu Cups! Win GCs from Yabu.

The sake masu is traditional in Japanese celebrations where great big sake barrels are cracked open for special occasions such as New Year, business openings, sports and weddings. In restaurants, you will be given an overflowing masu of sake placed on a saucer (to catch the extra sake that flows). It is a way for the owner to express his generosity towards the guest.

At Yabu, we like to fill up our walls with sake masu to celebrate the tradition and as a symbol of our appreciation for visiting our restaurant.

 Now that you know, let’s celebrate GENEROSITY, as we are giving away Php 2,000 GCs to 2 lucky winners!"

Here’s how:
1. Visit our Megamall or Magnolia branches (both = more chances of winning) within October 30 – November 5.
2. Count the TOTAL NUMBER of Masu cups in the branch.

3. 2 ways to win:

A. Share this poster on your Facebook wall with the caption “I want to win Php 2,000 worth of GCs from Yabu. My guess is masu cups in

B. Tweet “I want to win 2,000 worth of GCs from @yabuPH. My guess is masu cups in

Terms and Conditions:
1. Only 1 entry per unique Facebook/Twitter account, but you may join for two branches. (maximum of 2 entries for Facebook, 2 entries for Twitter)
2. We will draw 1 Facebook winner and 1 Twitter winner who will both win Php 2,000 GCs each from Yabu.(You must LIKE our Facebook page and/or FOLLOW our Twitter account to qualify)
3. Announcement of winners is on November 6, 2012



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