Ramada Hotel & Suites Dubai JBR organises CSR campaign

The brand reached out to RTA taxi drivers to distribute 300 packed meals

More than 300 packs of biryani meals along with fruits and drinks were distributed as part of the campaign
More than 300 packs of biryani meals along with fruits and drinks were distributed as part of the campaign

The team from the Ramada Hotel & Suites by Wyndham Dubai JBR organised its first CSR activity by reaching out to RTA taxi drivers in the emirate.

More than 300 packs of biryani meals along with fruits and drinks were distributed as part of the campaign.

Hotel manager, Binu Varghese commented: “Less than a month after opening Ramada Hotel & Suites by Wyndham Dubai JBR, we are pleased to be able to give back to the community through this simple gesture of appreciation for our hardworking taxi drivers. On top of the CSR aspect, they play an important role in the city’s tourism sector and this campaign will in a way help us increase awareness on the new brand.”

He added: “We are excited to roll out more CSR initiatives in the future to support different organisations, create positive impact and help improve lives.”

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