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"Back To School 2024" Campaign Receives Boost Following Positive Response


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Following overwhelming positive feedback from the public, the "Back To School 2024" campaign organised by the Ministry of Commerce, has sprung into action. With targeted efforts in Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, and Bangkok, the campaign has sparked buying interest and significantly increased sales, resulting in a buzzing shopping atmosphere.

 

Local malls seem to be the epicentre of the campaign. CentralPlaza WestGate in Nonthaburi witnessed a robust participation from stores, each offering attractive deals on diverse products - from books and stationery to food and consumer goods. B2S stores, OfficeMate, Power Buy, Supersports, and Tops tapped into the spirit of the campaign, slashing prices and raising the discount bar.

 

Meanwhile in bustling Bangkok, Suksapanpanit stores are providing comprehensive discounts from school uniforms and textbooks to socks and teaching aids. This generous approach towards educational discounts is proving to be an excellent aid to parents, students, and schools by minimising their expenses.

 

Keeping up the momentum, "Do Home" mall in Pathum Thani, which primarily focuses on home decor and furnishings, has also embraced the campaign. The mall offers a variety of back-to-school essentials at discounted prices, thus looking to ease the strain on parents and students as they prepare for the new academic year.

 

Following the policy outlined by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Commerce Phumtham Wechayachai, the "Back To School 2024" campaign is a welcomed financial relief for parents. Running from the 25th of April till the end of this month, it features over 8,000 discounted items across 12 different categories.

 

For a comprehensive understanding of the initiative and additional details, the public is urged to visit the Department of Internal Trade's website at “dit.go.th.” This campaign’s success is shaping up as a promising indicator for similar initiatives in the future.

 

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-- 2024-05-15

 

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3 minutes ago, snoop1130 said:

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Following overwhelming positive feedback from the public, the "Back To School 2024" campaign organised by the Ministry of Commerce, has sprung into action. With targeted efforts in Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, and Bangkok, the campaign has sparked buying interest and significantly increased sales, resulting in a buzzing shopping atmosphere.

 

Local malls seem to be the epicentre of the campaign. CentralPlaza WestGate in Nonthaburi witnessed a robust participation from stores, each offering attractive deals on diverse products - from books and stationery to food and consumer goods. B2S stores, OfficeMate, Power Buy, Supersports, and Tops tapped into the spirit of the campaign, slashing prices and raising the discount bar.

 

Meanwhile in bustling Bangkok, Suksapanpanit stores are providing comprehensive discounts from school uniforms and textbooks to socks and teaching aids. This generous approach towards educational discounts is proving to be an excellent aid to parents, students, and schools by minimising their expenses.

 

Keeping up the momentum, "Do Home" mall in Pathum Thani, which primarily focuses on home decor and furnishings, has also embraced the campaign. The mall offers a variety of back-to-school essentials at discounted prices, thus looking to ease the strain on parents and students as they prepare for the new academic year.

 

Following the policy outlined by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Commerce Phumtham Wechayachai, the "Back To School 2024" campaign is a welcomed financial relief for parents. Running from the 25th of April till the end of this month, it features over 8,000 discounted items across 12 different categories.

 

For a comprehensive understanding of the initiative and additional details, the public is urged to visit the Department of Internal Trade's website at “dit.go.th.” This campaign’s success is shaping up as a promising indicator for similar initiatives in the future.

 

File photo for reference only. Courtesy of Google

 

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-- 2024-05-15

 

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Look at the state of those desks and chairs...maybe some funds allocated to new furniture might be an idea.

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no but they are probably at least partly  responsible for alerting shops like "Powerbuy" "do home" and "tops" to the annual opportunity to rip off  vulnerable parents.   Although years ago when the daughter was at school the uniforms hads to be purchased from one specific shop, which surprisingly was owned by the head mistress, what a coincidence, 

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I'm very suprised by this image. My guess is (and the rather nonsensical article supports this) is that AI just pumped out an article with an image and again it's gone straight to upload without any editorial checks. Usually classroom pics are private schools or good public schools in good classrooms. I think The ThaigerChatGPT/AN might be in trouble here for bringing the image of Thailand into disrepute. Reality is though this scene is indicative of many public schools in Thailand it's just that you can't see the other 30 students.

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