Empire East Salesforce and Homebuyers Take a #LeapOfFate at SM Megamall

29 February 2020
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MANDALUYONG CITY -- Empire East salesforce celebrated the Leap Year on a positive note with a fresh and engaging activity for their clients at the SM Megamall Showroom on February 29, 2020.


“I literally leaped today. I’ll definitely remember this even after four years - the next leap year. Thanks for a memorable 29th!” exclaims a client who tried the Leap of Fate game inside the showroom.


Unlike the previous years, 2020 makes its own mark for the Leap Year, which is a special event that only happens once every four years. Thus, Empire East organized a fun and memorable way to celebrate the event not only for the employees at the head office but also for the clients invited by sales agents at the showroom.


Empire East’s #LeapOfFate signifies the opportunity that each person has - to jump from one place to another - to elevate their lifestyle and celebrate small yet impactful achievements.


Clients took this leap of fate and challenged themselves on the long jump track set up at the showroom for a chance to win exciting prizes.



Each pulled-in client from the assigned sales team is encouraged to vault on the track after the project presentation where a 4-meter play area is set up near the entrance. From the starting point up to a meter or two, there are designated prizes that the players can claim. 
























“It’s actually really fun! I doubted it at first and I never wanted to do it but there’s nothing wrong with trying so I went for it! It’s exciting. I also enjoyed the company of my agent and everyone in the showroom. Plus I won a prize so it’s pretty cool,” says Dean Z. who shared his thoughts and experience on the Leap of Fate game.

Aside from being a post-appointment activity for their clients, this activity also served as a “come on” for the potential ones who are interested condo-buyers.

“I was just passing by their booth and I wasn’t really planning to go inside but I am actively looking for a condo to live in at the moment. I was approached by an agent and I thought it would be great if I try,” Paul E. explained when asked how he ended up at the showroom.


“After the presentation, they invited me to try this mini-game and it’s kind of fun, actually! I got to win a prize, too!” he added.


Those who haven’t reached the one and two-meter mark claimed their consolation prizes as well.


Through various initiatives and activities, Empire East tries to create a platform for its salesforce to build a harmonious relationship amongst themselves and their potential clients.


This positive and engaging activity is one of the ways to maintain rapport between the teams and the growing community of aspiring homeowners.




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