Free Red Bull Less Sugar drinks at Raffles Place

Written by Cheryl Tay on . Posted in Cheryl Tay News | Latest Industry News

The Red Bull Less Sugar giveaway at Chevron House which was postponed due to the bad haze condition back in June is now back on!

Red Bull is launching a “Red Bull Real Singapore Heroes” campaign from 29 July. This campaign is about recognising and rewarding ordinary Singaporeans who have made a difference to others through their own selfless and noble acts.

To kick-off the campaign, the early-bird MRT commuters are the first batch of Singapore Heroes whom Red Bull is celebrating. Up to 250,000 cans of the new Red Bull Less Sugar will be distributed to these early birds at Chevron House, from 29 – 31 July.

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RED BULL TO REWARD & ENERGISE EARLY BIRD COMMUTERS WITH UP TO 250,000 CANS OF THE NEW RED BULL LESS SUGAR IN SUPPORT OF SINGAPORE’S FREE TRAIN RIDES INITIATIVE

Early commuters travelling into the city by train on the mornings of June 24 – 26 will receive more than free train rides and have more reasons to rise and shine! Saluting early bird “heroes” who help alleviate peak-hour transport congestion, Red Bull Singapore has set aside up to 250,000 cans of the new Red Bull Less Sugar worth $500,000 and other perks to be given out free at Chevron House, outside Raffles Place MRT.

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Early commuters can grab free cans of the new Red Bull Less Sugar from the Red Bull roving team between 7:00 – 8.00am during these first three days of the free rides initiative for an instant “perk-me-up”. To help keep energy levels up through the day, Red Bull will continue the giveaway at the heart of the CBD during lunch hours from 12:00 – 2:00pm, together with fun games and great prizes! Red Bull ambassadors will also be visiting selected offices in the Raffles Place area during working hours to ensure that everyone receives their own energy boost!

“The free MRT rides initiative is commendable and those taking action deserve some recognition, because overcrowding is an issue many Singaporeans who take public transport face daily. In fast-paced Singapore, it takes a lot of energy to work towards improving the community together. As such, Red Bull wants to take the initiative and do our part too, and we hope that our giveaway of the new Red Bull Less Sugar will provide commuters, who have made the effort to change their travel schedule to head earlier into the city, a much-needed morning boost and keep them energised throughout the day!” said Mr Lam Pin Woon, Director of Allswell Trading Pte Ltd, Singapore’s distributor for Red Bull, who will also be on ground to personally hand out cans to commuters.

 

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