Dodol and bubur lambuk giveaway | Selangor Times
Issue 118


Dodol and bubur lambuk giveaway
Writer: Brenda Ch'ng
Published: Fri, 17 Aug 2012

SHAH ALAM: Thousands of shoppers at Kompleks PKNS waited patiently in line on Monday evening to receive a container of “bubur lambuk” and a packet of “dodol” from the State Development Corporation (PKNS).

Othman (fourth from right) taking part in the ‘kacau dodol’ activity together with representatives from the PKNS football club while Norita (third from left) and Siti Zubaidah (fourth from left) look on.

About 2,000 containers of “bubur lambuk” and 1,500 packets of “dodol” were given away as part of PKNS’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) project.

In total, 12,000 containers of “bubur lambuk” were distributed over a span of six days during the month of Ramadan.

“We spent about RM60,000 for this project. It’s our way of giving something back to the community, especially this Hari Raya festive season,” said PKNS public relations manager Ishak Hashim.

He added that PKNS has been distributing “bubur lambuk” to the visitors of Kompleks PKNS for eight years running and this year they decided to do something extra, which is to have a “kacau dodol” activity.

Apart from shoppers, the “bubur lambuk” and “dodol” were also distributed to all PKNS staff as a thank you for their hard work and dedication.

Also present were PKNS general manager Othman Omar, executive secretary Norita Mohd Sidek, PKNS northern region building controller Siti Zubaidah Abdul Jabar and representatives from the PKNS football club who helped distributed the goodies.


 Selangor Times



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