Make your stand, Speak Out in Style


  • TECH
  • Friday, 18 Oct 2013

SPEAK out and be heard — that’s the message of Western Digital’s latest campaign to encourage everyone to voice out their opinion on environment issues. 

“Today’s students are more vocal and have strong opinions on issues that are affecting the environment. We are hoping to provide them a platform with our Speak Out in Style campaign,” said Margaret Koh, WD sales director for Asia South, at the launch of the campaign in Sunway University. 

“At WD we believe every little bit counts. For instance, in the case of our WD Green series hard drives, one drive may only save a couple of watts but thousands of drives will save thousands of watts.” 

The campaign will kick off with a caption contest where participants can submit their entries on WD Malaysia’s Facebook page. The winning slogan will then be used on T-shirts and stickers throughout the campaign period. 

The campaign will also provide a platform for students to raise awareness and channel donations to causes that they believe in. 

WD will also be making its way to INTI College Subang, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), HELP University and KDU University College where it will have “Speak Out Sessions” for students to air their views.  

The campaign will run from now until Feb 28. 

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