‘Shell Give It All Out!’ Joins Hands with Pringles Potato Chips and Oishi Green Tea to Boost Energy of All Motorists
Mar 18, 2020
Bangkok, Thailand - The Shell Company of Thailand Limited is providing a great experience for consumers by launching the ‘Shell Give It All Out’ campaign, where the company is joining hands with two leading partners: Kellogg (Thailand) Company Limited, the importer and distributor of Pringles Potato Chips, and Oishi Group Public Company Limited, the manufacturer and distributor of Oishi Green Tea, to boost the energy of all Thai motorists nationwide by just filling up with 800 baht of Shell V-Power, receive a free 42g can of Pringles Potato Chips or filling up with 800 baht of other Shell fuels, receive a free 180ml carton of Oishi Green Tea Honey Lemon at Shell stations nationwide, starting today and running until April 30th or while stocks last.
The Shell Company of Thailand Limited led by Mr. Kamon Kongsakulvatanasook, (center) Vice Executive Director – Retail Business is joining hands with two leading partners: Kellogg (Thailand) Company Limited, the importer and distributor of Pringles Potato Chips, led by Mr. Avnish Bajaj (2nd from left), Country Manager and Ms. Benja Siriamornthep (Far left), Business Manager, Sino Pacific Trading and Oishi Group Public Company Limited, the manufacturer and distributor of Oishi Green Tea, led by Mr. Phromson Ayanaputra, (2nd from right) Senior Vice President and Ms. Netra Wongwanich (Far right), Vice President Trade Marketing NAB, to boost the energy of all Thai motorists nationwide under the campaign ‘Shell Give It All Out'
Mr. Kamon Kongsakulvatanasook, Vice Executive Director – Retail Business, The Shell Company of Thailand Limited., said: “With our purpose to Make Life’s Journeys Better, Shell is committed to building the happiness of and taking care of all motorists nationwide through our quality products and services. We also work together with leading partners continuously. For the campaign ‘Shell Give It All Out’, Shell has joined hands with two leading companies: Kellogg (Thailand) and the Oishi Group which marks our intention to deliver the best things to our consumers. Moreover, it shows our gratitude to all motorists for their trust in Shell’s products, which contributed to the company receiving the ‘Outstanding Satisfaction for Fuels’ award from Thailand Automotive Quality Award (TAQA) for the second consecutive year.
All motorists can feel full and fresh along their journey with the ‘Shell Give It All Out’ campaign simply by
- Filling up with Shell V-Power. Every 800-baht receipt – receive one free 42g can of Pringles Potato Chips worth 20 baht.
- Filling up with other Shell fuels. Every 800-baht receipt – receive one free 180ml carton of Oishi Green Tea Honey Lemon worth 10 baht.
- Exclusive: Shell ClubSmart members will earn three times the points. They can also feel safe throughout their journey with 24-hour roadside assistance and a free 10-point car check-up starting today and running until February 28th, 2021 (after registering at https://www.shellcampaigns.com/shellroadsideassistance)
All motorists nationwide can experience Shell’s quality fuels, which come with DYNAFLEX technology, and feel full and fresh with our special promotions at Shell stations nationwide from today to April 30th, 2020 or while stocks last. Learn more about the campaign and promotion at www.shell.co.th/fuelpromo
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The Shell Company of Thailand Ltd.
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Country Manager – External Relations
The Shell Company of Thailand Ltd
Tel: +662 – 262 7326
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