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General Motors Supports Habitat’s Work in Northeast Thailand

April 10, 2005


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The photos shows the handover (from left): Chartchai Suwanasevok and Tobin Williams, PR manager and human resources director of GM Thailand; Chuanpis Chaimuanwong, governor of National Housing Bank and honorary advisor to HFH Thailand; and Rungrote Tangsurakit, national director of HFH Thailand

BANGKOK, 10th April 2005: General Motors is supporting the work of HFH Thailand with two vehicles that were donated at a special ceremony at the GM showroom in Bangkok recently. The two Chevy Colorados pick-up trucks are for use by the Korat and Lampang affiliates, in Thailand’s northeast.

HFH Thailand has helped nearly 500 families and operates other affiliates in Udon Thani and Chiang Mai. A fifth affiliate was established last year in Bangkok. HFH Thailand is also responding to the December tsunami in the south of the country. It has established a disaster response center in Phang Nga and has started building new houses in Khao Lak.