Among the LFG winners last year was Bhea Quebral of Davao del Sur, here pictured with her parents. -- PHOTO FROM SEAOIL

INDEPENDENT fuel brand Seaoil brings back its “Lifetime Free Gas” (LFG) promotion for a fifth run. Three customers — one each from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao — will win a lifetime free supply of fuel.

This year’s staging is touted to be the biggest version of the promo as four Yamaha NMAX motorcycles are up for grabs as well — with winners also getting a year’s supply of free gas and 4T Motor Oils. A year’s supply of gas will also be raffled off monthly. Minor consolation prizes include P3,000 worth of Seaoil GCs or PriceLOCQ vouchers.

Over P2 million worth of instant prizes like discounts on Seaoil fuels, free one liter of gasoline, diesel, and motor oils can be won through coupons.

In a release, Seaoil said that the promo is the company’s way of thanking its customers “who have continued to support the brand and believe in the quality of its products and services.” Said Seaoil CEO Glenn Yu: “Our ‘Lifetime Free Gas’ promo gets bigger every year and providing a free supply of gas for a lifetime, especially at this time, seems unbelievable. We are happy to launch this promo for our loyal customers.”

Until Feb. 7, 2022, customers who are at least 18 years of age and have a valid Philippine driver’s license can get one coupon with a promo code for every P500 purchase of Seaoil fuels or for every one liter of Seaoil Lubricants from stations nationwide. For more information, visit www.lifetimefreegas.com.

Seaoil reported that “past LFG winners have come from all walks of life” — working moms like Monica Poliquit and Roma Anne Pinera Grand, Grab and Lalamove drivers like Ernie Linarez and Antonio Goze, Jr., and jeepney drivers Jidy Detuya and Habib Abo. Meanwhile, Jeffrey Olasa, Tony Baysa, and Joel Dinque are all entrepreneurs from different parts of the country; criminology teacher Larry Lopez from Iloilo uses his fuel savings to visit his only child living in Kalibo. The youngest LFG winner to day is 19-year-old college student Bhea Quebral of Davao del Sur.