HCMC – 22 Apr 2014, With the philosophy “Serving Society With Superior Quality”, Bridgestone Vietnam has focused on three objective base on environment mission statement: In harmony with nature, Value natural resources and Reduce CO2 emissions in order to build a sustainable society.
Contributing to practical actions to build a future green environment, Bridgestone Vietnam has committed to cooperate with Green Talk – an ECO-activity from the Union of Vietnam UNESCO – to organize the event “The Earth Day” on April 20th, 2014 at The Crescent (Ban Nguyet Lake), Nguyen Van Linh St., Phu My Hung Ward, Dist. 7, HCMC.
The Earth Day is launched to raise awareness and value of natural environment. It’s the day that people put their daily work aside to think and act for the natural world that we live in. With “One day for Vietnam” theme, the event not only has litter handpicking activity but also brings out special emphasis with the “Flashmob to call for 50.000 fingerprints for a non-littering day commitment”. Besides, there was “Marathon Photo Contest for the Earth Day” with environmental theme and the “Green Kiots”
Together with the energetic attendance of celebrity guests such as: the Second-best King of beauty Truong Nam Thanh, Photographer Bui Minh Son title FIAP – E.FIAP and Art Assoc. Prof. - Dr. – Merited Artist Phan Thi Bich Ha and thousands of volunteers, Bridgestone Vietnam wishes to bring a real meaningful day.
“ Everyone wish to be healthy but usually forget that: the simplest way to protect health is to protect the environment around!”
It’s just a small act, but let’s build it as a habit. By doing that, you already help to save yourselves, your loved ones; and that’s the small deed that saves the world!.”. With such deep meaning, “Earth Day – 2014” promises to spread the message of environment protection and enhance people’s awareness for a cleaner-greener-prettier Vietnam.
Mr. Hiroyuki Saito _BSTVN GD opened for a non-littering day commitment
Deliver the event message to community
Flashmob dance to call for 50,000 fingerprints