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​TRTC + Kintetsu Promotion Campaign Features Deer-spotting at MRT Stations

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Post date:2021-11-24

Updates:2021-11-24

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In the backdrop of the pandemic’s impact on global tourism and transportation industries, the Kintetsu Railway Corporation and Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation has joined hands to bring the free-roaming deer and fawn from Nara to Taipei!
TRTC + Kintetsu Promotion Campaign Features Deer-spotting at MRT Stations
Regarded as divine messengers by the people of Nara and a symbol of Nara Japan, the deer and fawn models will be showcased at six stops during the tour between today and May 15, 2022. The following activities will also take place during this period:
 
Activity 1: Wear the Deer, Pet the Deer, and Receive the Deer
From November 24 through December 9, you can wear something or carry an accessory that is related to deer and take a selfie with the deer models displayed at MRT Zhongshan Station. Upload the picture, post it on Taipei Metro’s FB fan page and tag two or more friends, and show the post at the coffee stall for a chance to receive a souvenir. The subsequent stops of the deer’s tour and gift exchange locations will be announced at later dates.
 
Activity 2: Where’s the Deer Heading Next?
From December 3 through 7, visit the FB of TRTC and post your answer on where you think the next stop of the deer’s tour will be for a chance of winning the limited edition “Deer Omamori (good luck charm)” EasyCard. (Hint: Use your creativity and intuition to link the Chinese pronunciation of deer (Lu) with station names….)
 
Activity 3: Accompany the Deer
With preorder starting at 10 AM on November 19, the first 50 customers each month to purchase two or more limited edition coffee gift sets via the online store or designated location (record must show successful payment, no order cancellation, and no return of merchandise) will have a chance of winning the limited edition “Deer Omamori” EasyCard.
 
For more details, please call the 24-hour customer hotline of TRTC (02-218-12345) or the 1999 Citizens’ Hotline. Information is also available on the TRTC’s Chinese website ([Link]) or the event’s website (Link). 

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