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Racold Thermo launches ‘Turn Up The Heat’ campaign to celebrate everyday heroes

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Racold Thermo launches ‘Turn Up The Heat’ campaign to celebrate everyday heroes

Racold Thermo has reinforced its brand essence of “Reborn Everyday with Hot Water” through a campaign to celebrate the everyday heroes. Titled ‘Turn Up The Heat’, this campaign will focus on those who transform themselves to touch the lives of others.

The stories of these everyday heroes will be showcased through a carefully selected media mix. The objective of the campaign is to encourage people to share stories which highlights the way people are reborn to do good for the society.

One of the stories highlighted as a part of ‘Turn Up The Heat’ campaign is that of Aabid Surti, an 80 year old National award-winning Indian Author who fixes taps for free every Sunday and has saved 3.4 million litres of water.

Ramnath Venkatraman, Managing Director, Racold Thermo said, “The aim behind this campaign is to demonstrate how people are reborn and make a difference to the society at large. At Racold Thermo we want to pay a tribute to these everyday heroes and create a wave of change. We are optimistic that this campaign will allow us to turn the spotlight on several unsung yet deserving people in the country.”

Talking about the thought behind this campaign, Prashant Dhar, General Manager – Marketing, Racold Thermo, added, “We wanted to reinforce our positioning of Reborn Everyday by eliciting actions from our consumers. We firmly believe that this initiative will help us to connect with our consumer in a more powerful manner and will urge them to truly live the philosophy of the brand through this noble cause.” Earlier Racold Thermo has successfully conducted campaigns like ‘Switch 2 Green’ and ‘Wake Up Bucket Challenge’ that is in line with its brand philosophy.

‘Turn Up The Heat’ is a two month campaign beginning from December 28, 2015 which will be promoted through digital media and radio stations.

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