In a lightning-fast move, MARKETING magazine with the help of OOH Digital player Visual Retale are running a campaign to keep people off the streets. The messages are running at Bangsaria, KL South along Old Klang Road, and Pinnacle PJ (Sheraton).
You can view the campaigns here…
“To measure the success of this campaign will be based on how many people do not see it! The scenario out there has flipped on its head and we are acting accordingly. And this is not the first time we are working with MARKETING magazine,” says VK Sailendra, Founder of Visual Retale Sdn Bhd.
“I am privileged to be driving the Communications team at MERCY Malaysia’s 24/7, do help us by making a donation to help our frontliners in this battle,” adds MARKETING magazine founder, Ham, who has been serving MERCY Malaysia for five years now having led media missions to the 2015 Nepal earthquake and Syrian refugee camps in the Bekaa Valley.
“We also want to also thank all media players like Sin Chew Daily, The Star, Astro, The Edge, BFM, Media Prima, Spectrum Outdoor, to our fearless volunteers, and more who have opened their platforms and are helping by joining in this fight against the deadly virus.”
A shout also goes out to Ted Lim, Edward Ong, Philip Golingai, Syamil Fahim, Jagdev Sidhu, Henry Low, Henry Tan, and countless more…. too many that I will easily forget with so much going on. My apologies in advance.
Readers with ideas are welcome to submit their thoughts and to [email protected]. Media owners are very supportive of us and MARKETING is happy to galvanise our industry make a real difference to all Malaysians.
“But for starters, I humbly urge all our readers earning more than RM5,000 a month to make a minimum RM20 contribution to MERCY Malaysia,” pleads Ham.
Of course, companies can also do so accordingly.
Donation link here: https://www.mercy.org.my/donate/
Instructional Video here:
Do tune in to MERCY Malaysia’s daily Facebook Live broadcast at 9pm here: https://www.facebook.com/events/198023074818699/
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God bless you all and stay safe.
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