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PKCR 2012 closes to magnificent Singha Corporation celebrations

by Media Center on 9 Dec 2012
Virun Phattaramanuskul, Event and Sponsorship Department, Boonrawd Trading Co.,Ltd., and first runner up of Premier class Pine-Pacific Team, skippered by Ithinai Yingsiri at the closing party of the Phuket King’s Cup Regatta 2012 Guy Nowell
The last day of racing at the 2012 Phuket King’s Cup Regatta came to a close with partyfun and exciting musical performances amid the natural beauty of Phuket. Singha Corporation, the Title Sponsor of the 2012 race, provided a superb closing party and prize-giving ceremony in front of hundreds of sailors, partygoers and media from around the world, held at the luxurious Kata Beach Resort and Spa. Proceedings were opened with a dazzling fireworks display over Kata Beach. Guests then enjoyed a poolside buffet featuring international and Asian cuisine, and free-flow beverages provided by Singha Corporation. Crowds enjoyed energy-packed dancing to live music and a live DJ show, providing a perfect way to wind down after what has been one of the best regattas to date.

Singha Corporation Co., Ltd. is a subsidiary of Boon Rawd Brewery Co., Ltd., the first and largest Brewery of Thailand. The company was incorporated to oversee the beverage business of Boon Rawd Brewery Co., Ltd. and is responsible for the operation and marketing of beer, soda water, drinking water, and various energy drinks and beverage producers. At present, Boon Rawd Brewery is the owner of “Singha”, Singha Light”, “Leo”, “B-ing”, “Purra”, “Pun Dee”, and “Masita” trademarks.
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