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Indochina Capital and Wink Hotels reaching out to Central Highlands border commands

15/09/2020 | 122 views

 

Indochina Capital and Wink Hotels joined the Saigon Times in their “Great Circle” program to support the people on the frontlines in the fight against Covid-19. The program works with military commands at the border lines stretching from the Central Highlands to the Southern province of Kien Giang, the Danang Department of Health and the Quang Nam Tourism Association to hand over epidemic prevention equipment such as masks, gloves and other necessities to border guards and frontline health care workers.

 

Representatives of the Saigon Times Group, Bibica Corporation, Wink Hotels and Indochina Capital hand over donations to the Daklak Border Guard Command

 

On September 10, along with other donors, Indochina Capital and Wink Hotels brought over 10,000 face masks, 400 bottles of hand sanitizers, 50 boxes of noodles and 200 boxes of cakes to border guard forces in the province of Daklak. The next day we traveled to Gia Lai to deliver 20,000 face masks, 400 bottles of hand sanitizer, 200 boxes of cakes to soldiers at 34 checkpoints in the province; and on the same day, we brought 10,000 face masks, 400 bottles of hand sanitizers, 200 boxes of cakes and 50 boxes of noodles to 400 soldiers at the 66 checkpoints of Kon Tum province.

 

Representatives of the Saigon Times Group, Bibica Corporation, Wink Hotels and Indochina Capital hand over donations to the Gia Lai Border Guard Command – Photo by Nhu Phu

 

“Investing in Vietnam’s future in a socially beneficial manner has been one of Indochina Capital’s main objectives in the 20-plus years since our inception, and we are proud to support the border commands of Dak Lak, Gia Lai and Kon Tum in the fight against Covid-19. We hope our contribution will help the fearless people who are on the frontline as they bravely protect our community. Despite having to push back the launch of our first Wink Hotel at 75 Nguyen Binh Kiem, D.1 in HCM City because of the Covid-19 pandemic, we strongly believe that the hard work of border commands and military forces, the determination of Vietnamese medical experts and the timely measures taken by the Government have and will continue to put Vietnam in a better position for recovery relative to the majority of other nations around the globe.“ Peter Ryder, CEO, Indochina Capital shared.

 

“We want to thank the Saigon Times for this meaningful opportunity, and we will continue to contribute to Vietnam’s fight against Covid-19.” added Michael Piro, CEO, Wink Hotels and COO, Indochina Capital.

 

Representatives of the Saigon Times Group, Bibica Corporation, Wink Hotels and Indochina Capital with the Kon Tum Border Guard Command – Photo by the Border Guard of Kon Tum province

 

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