Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, a market leader and award-winning innovator in consumer electronics and ranking 9th in Interbrands List for 2012, announced earlier concluding “Hope for Children” campaign on Facebook.
Samsung Electronics Levant awarded winners with the latest smartphones, where Khalid Ahmad Hammad came in the first place; Ahmad Abd-AL Hameed Al Dmour came in second, followed by Sahar Jamal Far’oun who came in third.
Mr. Bumsuk Hong President of Samsung Electronics Levant commented saying: “All thanks are dedicated to those who participated and helped in the happening of this campaign that aimed to maintain School infrastructure and support the education and introduce quality services to provide a better local learning process, which leads to a comfortable and safe atmosphere that helps develop the students schooling, and we are certain, that once you provide students with the proper educational atmosphere it will grant them the capability of becoming creative and that is what the “Hope for Children” campaign is all about”. Mr. Hong added saying: “our thanks also goes to our fans on Facebook page for the support they gave that helped spreading the awareness between their friends and families”.
The competition launched on Facebook, aimed to help inform our fans on our official fan page about Samsung Amman International Marathon to encourage their participation, in which Samsung Electronics Levant will donate one JD on behalf of each Marathon participant and present it to the renewal of Kufur ‘Awan School supported by Samsung Electronics Levant.
Through this agreement, Samsung Electronics Levant aspires to support the initiative launched by Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah, aiming to support Kufur ‘Awan School located in Irbid at the fifth stage of the initiative through maintenance, school rehabilitation, and interactive activities for students. The signature of this agreement falls under complete compatibility with the “Hope for Children” campaign goals that will highlight the importance of education and health care for children worldwide.