38 year old Petra from Sweden won the Vera&John Macau competition. Petra recieved the winner phone call in the middle of moving exclaiming "Thank you Vera&John - you really saved my day!". Moving isn't one of Petra's favorite things to do for sure....
- Thank you, I can't believe it's true. It sounds great to go to Macau. Says the slightly shocked winner.
What are you doing at the moment
- Moving and I hate it, moving and carrying furniture is probably the worst thing there is to do. But thank you Vera&John, you really save my day and made it brighter. This is great news!!
When will you go?
- I don't know, will need to check who will go with me and we will take it from there. But I already look forward to it for sure!
We will interview Petra further once she has gotten over the shock of becoming a winner. One thing is for sure, she will need to do some packing soon again.
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