Goodluck Stationary, popular stationary brand of Bangladesh, has introduced a campaign titled ‘Goodluck Bangladesh’ to combine the dreams of the people of the country.
Under the campaign, the stationary brand has made a digital archive where people will be able to express their dreams. Of the dreams, Goodluck Stationary will fulfil 10 dreams and one impoverished student will get Goodluck education materials for one year for every 26 submission of the dreams. In addition, Goodluck Stationary will takes steps to send the dreams to the authorities concerned.
The information about the campaign was disclosed at a press conference held at Fuzi Trade Center in the capital’s Badda on Tuesday (Apr 3).
Addressing the press conference, RN Paul, Managing Director of RFL, said, “Many people have a dream to mend damaging school in their respective areas. A youth, who is engaged with social activities, has dreams to manage scholarship for the impoverished students. A pedestrian dreams for a passenger camp on his walking way. People have lots of dreams but there is no platform to express.”
He also added “we will try to fulfill the people’s dreams. In addition we will inform it to the authorities concerned including government about the people’s dreams to draw their attention.”
Fahim Hossain, Head of Marketing of Goodluck Stationary, said, “people can upload their dreams in our archive ‘goodluckbangladesh.net’ or able to send their dreams in our goodluck stationary facebook page (facebook.com/rflgoodluck). We will upload it after receiving it in the facebook page. The campaign has been started from March 26 and will continue for one year.”
ASM Hasan Nasir, Executive Director of RFL Stationary Limited, Ahsanuzzaman Khan, Brand Manager of Goodluck Stationary and Nazmul Hasan, Digital Media Manager of PRAN-RFL Group, among others, were also present at the program.