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Oryx Rotana Distributes Iftar Meals

Oryx Rotana

In keeping with the spirit of caring and sharing during the holy month of Ramadan and as part of community and charity activities, Oryx Rotana distributed Iftar boxes to commuters and taxi drivers who were stuck in traffic and there work and couldn’t make it home on time for Iftar.

Individually packed Iftar meals prepared by the hotel, which included a selection of food and beverage items, were distributed to commuters at the Toyota traffic signal near the hotel. Furthermore, cab drivers who drove through the main entrance of the hotel to drop off guests, received complimentary Iftar packs to break their fast.

Various members of the hotel’s team came together to enthusiastically assist in the activity, which is a part of brand’s CSR activities aimed at giving back to the society in the best way possible. Utmost hygiene and food safety standards were followed in food packaging & distribution.

Leani van Tonder, Assistant Director of Marketing & Communications, Oryx Rotana, stated:

Ramadan is a month of giving and sharing our blessings with the less fortunate. Such activities are in line with our company’s values of compassion and generosity. Through the Iftar boxes, our aim was to put a smile on the faces of the under privileged and to those motorists who could not reach home in time to break their fast.’

She added:

While Ramadan has always been special month for us, we keep looking out for other occasions to support the community to enable and empower them and make them happy in any way we can. Such attempts only make us closer to the society and build a lasting impression for our brand.’

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