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WUHU, China, Dec. 30, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Although Christmas has already passed, people all over the world are still immersed in the warm atmosphere of the holiday. On the heels of the overwhelming success of the effort, Chery has just completed its worldwide campaign of Sending Greeting Cards with a Chance to Win Grand Prizes, adding to the excitement of Christmas for Chery's customers worldwide.
Between December 8th and December 25th, Chery's customers sent out 6,528 greeting cards worldwide. In a raffle where 48 persons were selected in a drawing among all who sent a card, the lucky winners will receive 12 iPad2s and 36 model cars. The winners from all over the world have expressed their joy and excitement via email and said they will continue to support the brand.
During 2011, Chery maintained its strong growth momentum in international markets, with exports hitting a new high at 149,462 units for the first eleven months, a significant increase of 79.7 percent compared to the same period last year. Through the Sending Greeting Cards with a Chance to Win Grand Prizes campaign, Chery has not only spread Christmas cheer to every corner of the globe, but also expressed their appreciation to customers worldwide.