Suria KLCC GROUP gives back to society through its ‘Welcome Back’ campaign
The Suria KLCC Group has rolled out its “Welcome Back” campaign in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. Embracing ‘Safe & Easy’ shopping as the underlying theme, the campaign underpins the bulk of the Group’s post-MCO initiatives to enhance shoppers’ awareness and confidence in Suria KLCC Group as a safe shopping destination.
Under this campaign, as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative, the Group is collaborating with Komuniti Tukang Jahit (KTJ), a social enterprise working for the benefit of those in the B40 segment of Malaysia. It will entail KTJ producing a classy reusable batik-designed fabric mask. These masks are hand-sewn by the underprivileged households throughout the Klang Valley and the income from selling these mask helps to make ends meet for some families.
Suria KLCC will hand out complimentary Essential Kit to shoppers, which consists of the hand-sewn reusable batik-designed fabric mask and alcohol-based sanitising wipes. 50 units will be distributed daily to shoppers where priorities will be given to the elderlies, pregnant ladies, parents with family and the disabled.
Alamanda, which is adopting the theme “We Are With You” from 14 to 23 August 2020, will be giving out the batik designed fabric masks (for both adults and children) upon a minimum spend of RM50 in a single receipt, limited to 100 per day.
Mesra Mall, which is also embracing “We Are With You” from 10 August to 24 November 2020, will also be supporting KTJ by giving away batik designed fabric masks (for both adults and children). There are up to 30 units that will be given out daily on weekdays. As for the weekends and public holidays, Mesra Mall will surprise shoppers with balloons, especially those visiting with kids. All of these will be given out on a first-come-first-served basis.
Other than these Essential Kits, Suria KLCC is also going all out to reward shoppers. For those who drive, Suria KLCC is offering parking rebates from 7 August to 6 September 2020. Shoppers can redeem parking rebate worth RM10 with any amount spent at any speciality store.
It gets even more exciting as Suria KLCC is giving out RM50 shopping vouchers and RM10 dining vouchers from 7 August until 6 September 2020, every day from 5pm – 8pm with no spent required. These vouchers are valid at participating stores at Suria KLCC.
Suria KLCC will also surprise shoppers with balloons/flowers, paired with sanitising wipes in addition to RM10 dining vouchers. This giveaway is limited to 5,000 pieces throughout the entire engagement that takes place from 2 to 16 October 2020.
To welcome young families back to Suria KLCC, our friendly Concierge personnel will be distributing 50 units of customised face shields daily to children (6-12 years) only from 2 October to 31 December 2020. These face shields are customisable with fun stickers to show that practising safety measures can be fun while educating them on the importance of wearing protective equipment at public areas during the pandemic.
More initiatives will be announced later as Suria KLCC commits itself in restoring the confidence of the people to return to downtown Kuala Lumpur for work and play.
Suria KLCC is one of the few malls in the country that has resumed operations from 10am to 10pm every single day, beginning July 1, to provide a good level of service for shoppers. It has implemented significantly in measures to sanitise the common areas such as escalators, elevators, toilets and access to hand sanitisers throughout the mall. It is also one of the early adopters of the thermal scanners at major entrances which offer a seamless experience for shoppers.
Andrew Brien, CEO of Suria KLCC Sdn Bhd said, “Through our Welcome Back campaign, we will continue to lead the way when it comes to providing an uplifting experience at all the malls, one that calls for a safe and easy shopping by introducing innovative measures that will serve the needs of our customers”.
He added, “Our CSR collaboration with Komuniti Tukang Jahit entails a good turnout and participation of shoppers as they are increasingly looking to engage with purpose-driven brands that empower them to make a difference and to connect them emotionally with a cause they would want to support”.