Boon Rawd Brewery arranged party


On 17 February 2009 Boon Rawd Brewery held a party for Kuay-Kuang Seng Agency and media as part of 75th anniversary celebrations. Managing Director of Kuay-Kuang Seng Agency of Boonrawd Cooperation Khun Kanit Chokesucharti has invited around 500 guests to the Phetchaburi Grand Hall at Holiday Inn Resort Regent Beach Cha Am. Mong invited guests was Governor and Vice Governor of Prachuapkhirikhan Province.

Boon Rawd Brewery Co, LTD, the first brewery of Thailand, was found in 1933. The privately owned company has expanded and diversified and is now well known beer and beverage producer. At present Boon Rawd Brewery is the owner of ‘Singha’, ‘Leo’, ‘Thai Beer’ and ‘B-ing’ trademarks.

Borwornratanapran, Vice Governor Khun Bongkarn Limpapan and members of provincial media. To the party came Kuay-Kuang Seng Agency staff from 8 districts.

During the party invited TV stars, dancers and music band were performing on the stage. The guests very enjoying the show very much.

Vice Governor Khun Bongkarn Limpapan in his speech said that Boon Rawd Trading is a successful Thai company. Its Singha and Leo beer is know worldwide. The company supports numerous Thai festivals and events throughout Thailand. He has wished Boon Rawd Trading all the best for the future.

Then lottery draw took place for agency staff. Lucky winner won motorbike. There were prizes for everybody. The party has ended at 5pm.

Reported by Khun Tuck Dechapanya

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