Photo Release: Conrad Bangkok – Linen for Life

General Press Releases Monday July 13, 2020 14:23
Bangkok--13 Jul--Conrad Bangkok

Mr. Herman Ehrlich, second right, General Manager of Conrad Bangkok, together with Mr. Matteo Fossati, third left, Corporate Accounts Manager of Diversey Thailand donated used linens to Sr. Louise Horgan, third right, Director of Good Shepherd Sisters Bangkok. The upcycling of clean and used linens will be produced into fabric face masks by the Centre to distribute to local communities.


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