Pattaya hotel, charity and business leaders congratulated Pattaya Mail Publishing Co. executives on the newspaper and television publisher’s 19th anniversary.
General Manager Kamolthep Malhotra and Deputy Managing Director Tony Malhotra greeted executives from the Amari Orchid Resort & Tower, and Hilton Pattaya Hotel July 23, the date of the Pattaya Mail’s first issue in 1993.
Khomkrit Prasitnarit, secretary to the president of Walking Street community and advisor to the president of Pattaya’s Tourism and Sports committee, wishes for Pattaya Mail to continue broadcasting news correctly and justly.
Amari Orchid Pattaya Executive Assistant Manager Latiporn Tongkihunna, Resident Manager Richard Mango and spokeswoman Pichchaya Nitikarn passed on their well wishes.
Later that day, Hilton Marketing Communications Manager Dhaninrat Klinhom and Assistant Marketing Communications Manager Thanagon Poungbpchart presented the staff with a anniversary chocolate cake.
The stream of well-wishers continued with Y.W.C.A Bangkok-Pattaya Center Chairwoman Praichit Jetpai and member Pudam Umaporn, who encouraged the Pattaya Mail executives to continue their work.
Later, at a press conference at Central Festival Pattaya Beach, executives connected with the Pattaya Grand Sale lined up to congratulate the Mail staff, including “Amazing Thailand Grand Sale 2012 executives Prayuth Tamthum and Sanpech Supabowornsthian, Eastern Thailand Hotel Association President Bundarik Kusolvitya, Sawang Boriboon Thammasathan Foundation Vice-President Sinchai Wattanasartsathorn and Hotel J CEO Yuwathida Jeerapan.
Jidapa Suwattaporn, member of Pattaya Council thanks the newspaper for having always worked for the benefit of society by broadcasting news as the eyes of the public.
The business leaders followed earlier congratulations at the Thai Cultural Heritage Singing and Dancing Contest. Well-wishers there included members of the Pattaya Ladies Development Group, Pattaya Cultural Council and Vasinee Ruangrith of the Ban Mungkhong Collective Housing Association.
Vasinee said the Pattaya Mail is known by Thais and foreigners as a progressive news broadcaster.
A couple days later, on July 25 at City Hall, Khomkrit Prasitnarit, secretary to the president of Walking Street community and advisor to the president of Pattaya’s Tourism and Sports committee, along with Jidapa Suwattaporn, member of Pattaya Council also congratulated Pattaya Mail on our 19th anniversary.
Pudam Umaporn (left), member of YWCA Bangkok-Pattaya, and Praichit Jetpai (right), YWCA Bangkok-Pattaya, give their best wishes to Pattaya Mail for our 19th Anniversary, wishing us good health and to continue broadcasting quality news.
(L to R) Amari Orchid Pattaya Resident Manager Richard Margo, Tony Malhotra (deputy MD of Pattaya Mail Publishing Co. Ltd.), Amari Executive Assistant Manager Latiporn Tongkihunna and Public Relations Manager Pichchaya Nitikarn.
Dhaninrat (Sunday) Klinhom (left), Marketing Communications Manager for Hilton Pattaya and Thanagon Poungbpchart, Assistant Marketing Communications Manager for Hilton Pattaya (right) congratulate Pattaya Mail’s Kamolthep and Tony Malhotra.
(L to R) Sanpech Supabowornsthian, senior president of ‘Amazing Thailand Grand Sale 2012’; Bundarik Kusolvitya, president of the Thailand Hotel Association, Eastern Chapter; Prayuth Tamthum, president of Amazing Thailand Grand Sale 2012; Yuwathida Jeerapan, CEO of Hotel J Pattaya, JP Villa Hotel, and SS Sausage Co. Ltd.; and Sinchai Wattanasartsathorn, deputy president of the Sawang Boriboon Thammasathan Foundation, congratulate Pattaya Mail Publishing Co. Ltd., on our 19th Anniversary.
Vasinee Ruangrith (2nd left), president of Ban Munkong Khao Noi Co. Ltd., with the Lady Development Group including Ban Munkong Collective Housing members and members of the Pattaya Cultural Council congratulate Pattaya Mail.