The Worker Programme – Spreading Positive Energy held by TCP Vietnam, in collaboration with the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union and Vietnam Youth Federation, has delivered free health checks for 16,000 employees across the country.
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The support initiative from TCP Vietnam was held in Hanoi as part of TCP Group CEO Saravoot Yoovidhya's visit to the country on November 23.
Across the nation, the programme has already directly benefited approximately 50,000 young workers, providing 16,000 of them with a free health check and consultation, as well as opportunities to engage in sports and entertainment activities to strengthen friendships and build motivation.
In collaboration with the Vietnam Youth Federation and TCP Vietnam, Red Bull also initiated a series of festivals hosted across six provinces and cities, including Bac Ninh, Hanoi, Quang Nam, Ho Chi Minh City, Long An, and Can Tho.
Along with the free health checks, there were free medicine deliveries, a discount consumer goods fair, a youth talent contest, the Red Bull Cup football tournament, and a music gala with the participation of many famous artists.
The final round of the Red Bull Cup has just taken place in Hanoi. Having fought against 90 others, the six best teams from each area, namely Fashion Garments, Hyundai Thanh Cong VN, SI Flex, Changshin VN, Ching Luh, Can Tho Post Office, Haduwaco, and CNCT Viettel Can Tho made it into the final round.
Finally, the winner was Changshin VN (from Dong Nai province), followed by Hyundai Thanh Cong VN (Ninh Binh) and SI Flex (Bac Giang).
Nguyen Thanh Huan, CEO of TCP Vietnam said, "The Red Bull Cup is a testament to TCP Vietnam's commitment to promoting the love for the king of sports to millions of Vietnamese people."
Highly appreciating the programme, Nguyen Kim Quy, vice chairman of the Vietnam Youth Federation, said that the positive energy and health of Vietnamese youth needs to be promoted to support the general development of the community and the country.
"We are proactively contributing to realising that common goal, and expect to continue to accompany TCP Vietnam with many more meaningful activities, creating useful playgrounds and activities for the youth workforce," Quy said.
Huan added, "The initiative is a convergence of youthful inspiration with enthusiasm and passion, not only in work but also through entertainment."
"At TCP Vietnam, we believe that positive energy will build persistent will, confidence, and the ability to overcome obstacles when striving for future goals. Through the series of activities combining culture, sports, and entertainment, we hope to realise this belief, allowing young people to exchange ideas, learn, and connect," he said.
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