Singapore – As a way to show its appreciation for healthcare workers’ efforts during the country’s battle against the pandemic, Manulife will be giving away up to four complimentary admission passes to workers to the Manulife Sky Nets – Walking at Jewel Changi Airport.
The recent campaign is in line with the company’s “Life Goes On, Let’s Move Responsibly”, which focuses on encouraging Singaporeans in embracing life in the new normal.
For Darren Thompson, chief customer officer at Manulife Singapore, the campaign launch is a way of bringing the focus point of gratitude to healthcare workers.
“2020 has been a whirlwind of a year for everyone, but no community has fought and endured the eye of the storm quite as much as healthcare workers. In the thick of the pandemic, these dedicated and resilient individuals not only performed their duties diligently, but also risked their lives to protect public health,” Thompson said.
He also added, “At Manulife, people are at the heart of what we do and we pride ourselves on walking with our customers and ensuring that their needs are upheld in every season. We want to thank these everyday heroes for their spirit of sacrifice, and are humbled to extend to them a window to unwind. We hope that this simple act will be an opportunity for our frontline fighters to take time to put them and their families first, even for just a few moments.”
To redeem their admission tickets, healthcare workers simply need to flash their own vocational passes at the Concierge Counter located at level 5 of Jewel for their admission tickets
The campaign is effective from November 25, 2020 to December 25, 2020, and in support of SG Cares Giving Week 2020.