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The NOCC unveils its new website

The NOCC unveils its new website

The National Olympic Committee of Cambodia has created an online platform for speedy and exhaustive coverage of all its activities on a redesigned, optimised and upgraded website: nocc.org.kh.

Apart from routine news content on the webpage and mobile apps for events, schedules and results, the online platform offers a range of special benefits to those seeking membership in three different categories costing between $6 and $12 per year.

The benefits of membership listed by the NOCC are customer support response, easy access to NOCC events, discounts on NOCC tickets, the chance to be a volunteer for NOCC programmes, access to archives, videos and photos, participation in monthly raffles and discount prices for partner products.

As part of its promotional drive, the NOCC held a raffle to pick two lucky winners for a free trip to the SEA Games in Malaysia next month.

Similar raffles will also be held to pick winners for the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta and 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

The winning ticket IDs for the Malaysia trip are:

1. PXEP2DU70U2H91;
2. ROXEW87MFM8RMX

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