So... have you watched the new PETRONAS webfilm..? Chances are, you probably have, since no one can really resist their heart warming or tear jerking stories...but PETRONAS has did it slightly different this year and it is cheekily titled Donut ke Karipap? Or Doughnuts or Currypuffs? , in conjunction with this year's Hari Raya Aidilfitri..
The film was previewed at the launch of the signature PETRONAS Coffee Break Campaign, which yours truly attended recently at the Suria KLCC, where we also got to meet some of the kid actors in the webfilm.. The PETRONAS Coffee Break Campaign is brought back for Aidilfitri 2017, and runs from June 22- 23 and from July 1 -2..
The 256- second film follows 5 young kids, from PETRONAS' previous productions for the 2017 Chinese New Year and Gawai and Kaamatan festivals as they now face the new trials of fasting for the whole day as well as the virtue of fasting in the month of Ramadan that makes Aidilfitri more meaningful...
It is a story that encapsulates the values of patience, kindness, sacrifice and togetherness, just in line in bringing Malaysians closer through the festive campaigns..
Do log in to PETRONAS' official brand channel at www.petronasofficial.com to view the film also or for more info....
PETRONAS Coffee Break Campaign, which is a part of PETRONAS' road safety initiative during the festive seasons, offer over 700,000 cups of freshly brewed coffee and snacks as well as health screening at participating PETRONAS stations nationwide. A 20-point safety check on Proton cars will also be provided during the campaign period, courtesy of Proton..
So before you drive home, do go stop by for a Coffee Break and freshen up whenever you are feeling restless, tired or peaky....stay safe and Selamat Hari Raya....
For more info on the PETRONAS Coffee Break Campaign, and the locations of participating PETRONAS stations, log on to www.mymesra.com.my
Petronas makes the most meaningful videos every year, I actually teared when I say him passed the curry puffs to those who are in need.ReplyDelete
Yes petronas really doing great job every year! Actually we need to help the rest when we're affordable :')ReplyDelete
Nice! I love this coffee break campaign.ReplyDelete
i wish i can celebrate raya with all of my fren this year! Raya is aussie is just too quiet!ReplyDelete
Such a huge dough nut. LOL Many people I know have been talking about this webfilm. Finally managed to catch it this afternoon. Yet another memorable film for Hari Raya.ReplyDelete
I really love watching their festive video. It brings awareness and the lost feelings back.ReplyDelete
Eh.. u look cute with the donut! - Racheal Foodilifecious
Omo the donut plushy looks so adorable 😍 wishing everyone a great hari raya here.ReplyDelete
I did stop over at one of their station for coffee break on my way to holiday.ReplyDelete
Wow that big donut. I love the video very touchingReplyDelete