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Published: Thursday May 22, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Thursday May 22, 2014 MYT 12:26:26 PM

Over 70,000 pain relief patches for Starwalkers

Pain relief: Yogeswari (right) and Chong with the sachets of Salonpas patches

Pain relief: Yogeswari (right) and Chong with the sachets of Salonpas patches

DELFI Marketing will be providing over 70,000 sachets of Salonpas patches for participants at the Ipoh Starwalk 2014.

Delfi Marketing product executive Chong Ju-Yee said the company would be sponsoring Salonpas patches for the participants during the event to relief any pain they might experience.

“There will be a box of Salonpas patches in each goodie bag, which is 70,500 sachets of Salonpas patches in total.

“Our company was a sponsor for the Ipoh Starwalk event in 2012 and 2013, which makes this year our third time,” Chong said.

During the Ipoh Starwalk 2014 photoshoot at Menara Star recently, Chong was accompanied by Star Publications account servicing executive Yogeswari Veloo.

Yogeswari said it was an honour for Star to receive the sponsorship from Delfi Marketing for Ipoh Starwalk once again.

Ipoh Starwalk is organised by Star Publications (M) Bhd and collaboration with Ipoh City Council, Perak Education Department as well as Perak Athletic Association.

It will take place at Stadium Indera Mulia, Ipoh on June 15 from 7am.

Tags / Keywords: Lifestyle, Community, Central Region, Ipos Starwalk 2014, Delfi Marketing, Salonpas


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