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“Good Health, Good Shape Exclusive Workshop with Romrawin Slim & Slender” under the “KTC Beauty Advocate” campaign.

            Mr. Terapoj Chokeanantang (center), Senior Vice President - Credit Card Business, “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, and, Dr. Wittawat Sitthiwatcharapong (left), specialist doctor from Romrawin Clinic, and, Miss Nutnicha Vongdavis (right), experienced dance trainer from House of Pro Studio, jointly organized the “Good Health, Good Shape Exclusive Workshop with Romrawin Slim & Slender” to introduce to the members new shape improvement innovation, body mass analysis and in-depth shaping program with specific treatment for the various problems. A belly dance technique class was held as a part of this workshop as well. The workshop under the “KTC Beauty Advocate: Steps to Beauty Perfection” campaign was held recently at KTC on the 18th Floor of UBC 2 Building, Sukhumvit 33.

              For more information, please visit www.ktc.co.th/BeautyAdvocate, call KTC Phone at 02-665-5000 or visit www.ktc.co.th.

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Public and Corporate Affairs Department

Krungthai Card Public Company Limited

Kandtharat  Chermchitphong                   Tel.  02-828-5057

Suchada  Weerasakulrak                         Tel.  02-828-5732

Nutchanok  Somsawat                            Tel.  02-828-5048

   Fax. 02-828-5046           E-mail: ktc_pr@ktc.co.th

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