UPS holds shows for underprivileged children on its 99th b'day
Mumbai, Sep 12 (UNI) World's package solutions major UPS, which is celebrating its 99th birthday here today, has organised a fun and interactive event for children of Snehasadan, a voluntary organisation that works with children on the streets and in vulnerable situations.
In addition, the children were also shown a short educational film ''Panda Bears''.
UPS Jetair Express Pvt Ltd Managing Director Thomas Mathew said, ''Bringing a smile to a child's face was the best way to celebrate our 99th anniversary. This has truly been a memorable experience.'' As part of the celebrations, six of UPS's markets in Asia made a special delivery of 99 cuddly panda bears, wearing UPS branded T-shirts, to 99 underprivilged children.
Headquartered in Atlanta, UPS serves more than 200 countries and territories worldwide, offering an extensive range of options for synchronising the movement of goods, information and funds.
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