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TOURISM FUND RAISER ACCOR Race to Survive For Yim Kids

Category: Hotels, Posted:01 Mar 2010 | 13:31 pm

From March 22-25 leading French hotel chain ACCOR will be holding it's Race to Survive for Yim Kids here in Phuket. 'Yim' in Thai means smile. Teams from hotels all over the region are competing in the event which includes mountain biking, swimming, running and kayaking on Koh Lon island.
One of our good friends General Manager Shane Pateman from the Novotel Kowloon in Hong Kong has set up a page at fundraiseonline.com.au, and those wishing to support the charity can do so online at:

<link>http://www.fundraiseonline.com.au/KowloonDragons/*Novotel Nathan Road Kowloon Dragons</link>
This is a great example of tourism putting something back into Thailand and kudos to ACCOR for bringing the teams to the island and focusing on children's education and homes here in the Kingdom.

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