Amari announces Midnight Run for charity

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Taya Teepsuwan, Deputy Governor of BMA recently presided over the press conference held at the Amari Watergate, Bangkok for the “15th Amari Watergate & BMW Thailand Midnight Run” and the “16th Aerobic Marathon on AIDS” vying for the HRH Princess Sirindhorn Royal Trophy. Proceeds from these charity events will be donated to Chalerm Prakiat School, Baan Gerda to support HIV infected orphan children and the Baht for a Better Life Project. (L to R) Dieter Burckhardt, Assistant Marketing Communications & Branding Manager, Bangkok Hospital; Wiwatchai Boonyapak, Director of the TAT’s Event Department; Matthias Pfalz, President BMW (Thailand) Co., Ltd.; Mrs. Taya Teepsuwan; Pierre Andre Pelletier, GM Amari Watergate Bangkok; Saisom Wongsasuluck, President of Caring Hearts for AIDS Foundation; Pol. Col. Wanchai Yusang, Deputy Commander of Traffic Police; and Karl Morsbach, Chairman and Founder of the Baan Gerda Project.

Taya Teepsuwan, Deputy Governor of BMA recently presided over the press conference held at the Amari Watergate, Bangkok for the “15th Amari Watergate & BMW Thailand Midnight Run” and the “16th Aerobic Marathon on AIDS” vying for the HRH Princess Sirindhorn Royal Trophy. Proceeds from these charity events will be donated to Chalerm Prakiat School, Baan Gerda to support HIV infected orphan children and the Baht for a Better Life Project. (L to R) Dieter Burckhardt, Assistant Marketing Communications & Branding Manager, Bangkok Hospital; Wiwatchai Boonyapak, Director of the TAT’s Event Department; Matthias Pfalz, President BMW (Thailand) Co., Ltd.; Mrs. Taya Teepsuwan; Pierre Andre Pelletier, GM Amari Watergate Bangkok; Saisom Wongsasuluck, President of Caring Hearts for AIDS Foundation; Pol. Col. Wanchai Yusang, Deputy Commander of Traffic Police; and Karl Morsbach, Chairman and Founder of the Baan Gerda Project.