Make Macarons with Your Valentine at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
01/08/2013

Participants in Grand Hyatt Hong Kong’s facebook “Be My Valentine” campaign from 28 January to 3 February, can win an opportunity to learn how to make macarons with your valentine.

Online PR News – 08-January-2013 – Hong Kong – Participants in Grand Hyatt Hong Kong’s facebook “Be My Valentine” campaign from 28 January to 3 February, can win an opportunity to learn how to make macarons with your valentine.

From 28 January to 3 February, the winners will be chosen from fans who “like” Grand Hyatt Hong Kong’s Facebook page and answer the question: “What is Valentine’s Day to you?” (minimum 100 words in English or 50 words in Chinese). The four best answers will be selected by a panel of judges from the hotel. Each of the four winners can bring one guest to macaron-making class, led by Executive Chef Marcus Mathyssek, Executive Pastry Chef David White and Hervé Mazella, Executive Assistant Manager – F&B on 7 February.

For more details, please visit the hotel’s Facebook page from 28 January to 3 February. Terms and conditions apply.
Facebook fan page: facebook.com/grandhyatthongkong

Terms and conditions:
• The above campaign ends at 12 midnight, 3 February 2013. Any submission of answers thereafter will not be accepted.
• The hotel judging panel has the sole and final decision on selecting the four winners.
• The results will be announced at 12:00 NOON of 5 February 2013. Winners will be notified via Facebook. Winners must register with us within 24 hours, failing of which, the judging panel will choose a replacement winner.
• The winners might be required to present their HKID or passport for identification.
• Each fan may submit writing once only. Otherwise the entry will be disqualified.
• The above campaign is open to the public, except employees of Grand Hyatt Hong Kong.
• Please respect other people’s views. Grand Hyatt Hong Kong reserves all rights to delete or modify any message that contains offensive or insulting speech.
• Grand Hyatt Hong Kong reserves the right to make the final decision.