Chevrolet Sales Thailand Hands Out 500 One World Futbols
Chevrolet Sales Thailand recently donated 500 One World Futbols and numerous books to 25 schools within the province of Nakhon Pathom. The donations were facilitated through a coordinated effort with local dealership Chevrolet Chor Erawan Nakhon Pathom.
Chevrolet Thailand and Chevrolet Chor Erawan Nakhon Pathom also coordinated a Chevrolet Play for Dreams corporate social responsibility (CSR) activity that saw two customers take delivery of brand-new Chevrolet Colorado pickup trucks.
“Play is a fundamental human activity that can inspire children and adults alike. Thanks to the support offered by Chevrolet Chor Erawan Nakhon Pathom, we are able to engage with young students today, fueling their ingenuity and imagination for the future of Thailand,” said Wail Farghaly, Managing Director of GM Thailand and Chevrolet Sales Thailand.
Chevrolet has thus far donated a total exceeding 24,000 One World Futbols throughout Thailand as part of its One World Play Project. The Play for Dreams event enabled students to get an up-close look at the new Colorado while receiving their futbols.
Two of Chevrolet Chor Erawan Nakhon Pathom’s customers, Karun Khiaothongnoi and Prapas Bunpen, took delivery of their new Colorados in the presence of several executives, including Farghaly; Nataporn Jiramahapoka, Director of Sales and Network Development, Chevrolet Sales Thailand; Wiwat Chanwaowarm, Managing Director, Chir Erawan Automobile Nakhonpathom; Kanya Chanwaowarm, Assistant Managing Director, Chir Erawan Automobile Nakhonpathom; and Thanachart Chanwaowarm, Retail Operator, Chir Erawan Automobile Nakhonpathom.
“We had a very successful launch of the new Colorado and have received many positive reviews from dealers, customers and the media. Today, we’re delighted to welcome Mr. Khiaothongnoi and Mr. Bunpen to the Chevrolet Colorado ownership family, and through a combination of the quality of the product, connectivity, and Complete Care program, we hope that they become customers for life,” Farghaly added.