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20  March 2013

KTC expands the “KTC Beauty Advocate” campaign with Pruksa Clinic.

Exclusive workshops planned to give KTC members

access to latest facial shaping techniques and fat dissolving innovations.

Mrs. Pranaya Nithananon (center), Vice President – Credit Card Business, “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, skin and beauty specialist Dr.Setthakarn  Attakonpan (right), Chairman of the Pruksa Clinic Group, and, Dr. Nakarin Saleethong, (left), Plastic Surgery Specialist from Pruksa Clinic, jointly introduce the workshop to enhance the next step of the “KTC Beauty Advocate : Step to Beauty Perfection” campaign. RFAL or Radio Frequency Assisted Liposuction technology is the latest innovation designed to remove excessive fat without the requirement of surgery. KTC members will be able to consult with the clinic’s experts and enjoy great discount on five beauty and firming treatment courses. For instance, up to 60% discount on non-invasive Facial Design program from only 90,000 Baht; Body Tite program of fat dissolution from only 80,000 Baht; CoolSculpting program of fat dissolution and skin tightening from only 40,000 Baht; and, Body Contouring treatment program from only 30,000 Baht. Offers are valid from now until 30 April 2013.

    For more details, please visit www.ktc.co.th/BeautyAdvocate. Alternatively, you may inquire with KTC Phone at 02-665-5000 or visit www.ktc.co.th.

For more information, please contact    
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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