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SIGNED. Warner Music Philippines President and GM Flerry De Leon and Petronas Energy Philippines, Inc. President & CEO Carlos Corpuz signed a contract introducing My Green Card.

Warner Music Philippines, Petronas Introduce ‘My Green Card’

Warner Music Philippines, one of the country’s top music labels and Petronas, a global leader in the distribution of engine lubricants signed into agreement to offer a new and exciting way of enjoying music on your favorite gadgets.

The partnership introduces My Green Card, powered by Warner Music Philippines’ Musikcard, which allows Petronas customers to access the label’s vast song catalogue.

Petronas is the first to offer this amazing music experience in the Philippines. Customers with a Petronas My Green Card can download 100 files of their favorite tracks — from pop, rock, love songs, OPM, hip-hop to R&B — into their PC, MP3 or mobile phones.

SIGNED. Warner Music Philippines President and GM Flerry De Leon and Petronas Energy Philippines, Inc. President & CEO Carlos Corpuz signed a contract introducing My Green Card.

SIGNED. Warner Music Philippines President and GM Flerry De Leon and Petronas Energy Philippines, Inc. President & CEO Carlos Corpuz signed a contract introducing My Green Card. The signing are witnessed by the members of the band General Luna, Ebe Dancel, Zendee, and Mayeen Ledesma, Marketing Manager of the Petronas Energy Philippines Inc. Lubricant Business Division. Photo Release

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Ely Valendez is an award-winning blogger-journalist based in the Philippines. In 2014, he left his job of around six years as a social media marketing manager for a US-based IT/e-commerce company to teach fellow Filipinos financial literacy, and work in the finance services industry as a financial consultant. His passion in writing keeps this blog alive. Ely sits as a member of the Board of Directors of the Philippines Communication Society, and serves as a resource person for the Philippine Press Institute.

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