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‘Practical’ Sarah Geronimo named Grab brand ambassador  

Grab Philippines taps singer-actress Sarah Geronimo to become its brand ambassador on account of her “strong sense of practicality” and versatility.

“As someone who came from a humble background, alam ko kung gaano kahalaga (I know how important it is) to make the most out of every peso. Mas lalo pa ngayon na (Especially now that) I started my journey into married life,” shared Geronimo.

Grab Philippines’ new brand ambassador Sarah Geronimo teams up with the app to design the ‘Kilo-Kilometrong Pa-promo’ deals and discount applicable to Grab’s different services.
“I am very much excited to be working with Grab! May mga campaigns and initiatives kaming inihanda para sa lahat, and I am sure that kung sino ka man, ano man ang iyong budget, may makikita kang sulit na deals and exciting promos sa Grab na para sa iyo (We have prepared campaigns and initiatives for everyone, and I am sure no matter who you are or whatever your budget is, you will find Grab deals and promos for you),” enthused the pop superstar. 

The Kilo-Kilometrong Pa-promo campaign designed by Grab and Geronimo includes discounts and perks across the app’s services. Grab users can unlock these deals today until March 7 by using the promo code GRABWITHSARAHG. 

Those who will use the promo code for GrabFood orders at least P400 will get free delivery within Metro Manila or at least P250 for outside the metro. Other perks include P40 off on GrabCar fares which a user can use twice during the promo period, P1 booking fee for first-time users of Grab Delivery, and P50 cashback for those paying cashless for Grab services.

Topics: Grab Philippines , Sarah Geronimo , GRABWITHSARAHG , GrabFood , GrabCar , Grab Delivery
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