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ABC CLEARS THE AIR WITH ITS NO SMOKING CAMPAIGN

Beirut, March 1st, 2012 – ABC, the leading retailer in Lebanon, launched today its ‘Smoke Free Environment’ campaign becoming the first shopping mall in Lebanon to implement the tobacco control law. The campaign, headed by ABC Chairman Mr. Robert Fadel, was launched in ABC Achrafieh and attended by the Minister of Public Health Mr. Ali Hassan Khalil, the Minister of Tourism Mr. Fadi Abboud, and the Minister of Environment Mr. Nazim el Khoury and supported by ‘Tobacco Free Initiative’ (TFI), celebrities, VIPs and members of the press.

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Samsung Concludes “Hope for Children” Campaign in the Levant

Beirut, Lebanon (December 2011) – Samsung Electronics Levant concluded its “Hope for Children” Campaign in the region, a global Samsung initiative aimed at providing better health and educational opportunities for underprivileged children.

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10th Anniversary National Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign launched across Lebanon

Beirut, 7 October 2011 – The year 2011 marks the launch of the 10th Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign in Lebanon, a collaboration between the Ministry of Public Health and Hoffmann-La Roche.

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How to be a chic tourist in Barcelona

For a fashionable tourist on vacation in Barcelona, a visit to La Roca Village, one of the Collection of nine Chic Outlet Shopping® Villages, is a must. The international luxury shopping destination is focusing its summer campaign on welcoming international tourists.

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Non-Smoking Campaigns in Gemayzeh

Due to the remarkable success of the Rotaract Non-Smoking Campaigns in Gemayzeh on February 19th & October 28th, 2009, and on the occasion of  “World No-Tobacco Day” on May 31st, Rotaract Clubs of Beirut, Sahel Metn, Beirut Metropolitan and Beirut Cosmopolitan, held their 3rd campaign of “Ain’t No Smoking” night in over 40 pubs and restaurants of Gemayzeh [...]

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