Under the project “Beger Be Happy” the 8th, Ms. Amornrat Chaiyotburana, assistant vice president of Beger, offers paint products to Phra Khru Palad Suwattanarattanakhun (Chumphon Nitisaro), assistant abbot and secretary of Wat Arun Ratchawararam of Bangkok, to renovate Wat Arun which is the first rank royal monastery of Rattanakosin.
Ms. Amornrat said that besides business projects, Beger actively participates in social activities by providing high-quality products to bring smiles and happiness to everyone. On this occasion, Beger has been given the opportunity by Silpakorn University to contribute to the renovation of Wat Arun, a historically significant temple. We have provided primers, exterior paints, enamel paint, and gold paints with a total value exceeding 250,000 baht.
These products have been used in various areas of the temple, including the Stupa base covering 650 sq.m., the Stupa fences covering 430 sq.m., a small temple, a small chapel, an ancient Chinese pavilion, and the Tripitaka hall. This project would help to maintain important national religious places and preserve the beautiful arts and culture to remain with Thai society for a long time. It is also an opportunity to impress those who visit this place and express the beauty of Thai art, helping to stimulate tourism which is one of the main economies of Thailand.
For those who are interested in the check-in activity at Wat Arun, you can tag Beger through your social media with the hashtag #ฐานพระปรางค์วัดอรุณใช้สีเบเยอร์ and then capture the screen and send it to Beger's inbox or chat for a chance to win a premium souvenir. The first 100 people who comply with the official rules will receive a prize from us. In addition, you can follow more activity details and the Beger Be Happy project via www.beger.co.th and www.facebook.com/begerpaint