Home products retailer Courts strengthens ties with its customers and surrounding communities, with the distribution of the season’s favourite dish at 20 stores across the nation.
In the spirit of giving and sharing, Courts Malaysia shared the joy of Ramadan with the distribution of hearty packs of bubur lambuk at selected Courts stores nationwide. The initiative by the country’s leading home products retailer was a gesture of appreciation to the customers and communities who have supported the brand over the years.
Packs of bubur lambuk were handed out by Courts employees at 20 stores across the country in Penang, Melaka, Negeri Sembilan, Kelantan, Pahang, Perak, Johor, Sabah, Sarawak, as well as within the Klang Valley. The initiative saw people from all walks of life add to the festive atmosphere at the stores, while enjoying the traditional delight loved by all Malaysians.
At Courts’ Setapak in the Klang Valley, customers and members of the community were treated to bubur lambuk, prepared by a team of volunteers at the store. Courts employees volunteered alongside celebrities Nana Mahazan and Hunny Madu, as well as single mothers who were specially invited to join in the festivities, to cook and distribute the hearty servings of bubur lambuk to all who dropped by.
“We are happy to share the Ramadan festivities together with our Muslim customers and this initiative gives us a wonderful opportunity to wish them Ramadan Mubarak personally and thank them for their support. As a retailer committed to providing superior value to our customers, we also remain dedicated to contributing to the well-being of the communities around us. We’re happy to connect and celebrate with our customers and the local community as they shop for great deals and enjoy a favourite Ramadan treat,” said Dolf Posthumus, Country Chief Operating Officer of Courts Malaysia.
Celebrities Nana Mahazan and Hunny Madu, took the excitement level up a notch at Courts Setapak, as they joined in the cooking and distribution of the bubur lambuk, they also interacted and played a host of games with the crowd of customers, guests, and volunteers – who were also treated to a special iftar hosted by Courts after the day’s activities.
“I am thrilled to be a part of Courts Malaysia’s Ramadan initiative, and to celebrate this meaningful event. It is a wonderful experience to share the festivities with everyone and to support Courts’ efforts in being a caring contributor to our community,” said Nana Mahazan.
Nana Mahazan”s sentiments were echoed by Hunny Madu, who said, “It was heartwarming to meet fans and hand out the delicious bubur lambuk prepared for everyone. Thanks to Courts for recognising the value of community bonding and bringing people together for such a lovely session.”
The Ramadan bubur lambuk giveaway is one of many corporate social responsibility initiatives Courts Malaysia has carried out over the years through its Rumah Amal programme, which was launched in 2015. As an organisation that prioritises the welfare of the communities it operates in, Courts continues its ongoing commitment to help and provide the less fortunate with a better quality of life. To date, the charitable contributions made through Courts’ Rumah Amal programme have totalled over RM700,000, reaching over 120 homes and communities nationwide. The programme aims to provide basic household necessities, such as furniture and electrical items, to homes in need.
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