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Invitation to Invest Korea’s "Adopt-A-Road" Activity
Date
2011.10.21
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NEWSLETTER
 
 
Greetings Foreign-Invested Company,

In just a couple weeks, Invest Korea will hold its third Adopt-A-Road Activity for the year.

Adopt-A-Road is an event in which volunteers pick-up trash and cigarette butts along the road.

If you would like to participate, please RSVP by email or fax the attached participation form no later than Friday, November 4.

Korean employees working for foreign-invested companies are also welcome.
 
  Adopt-A-Road Activity
 
1) Purpose: To promote foreign-invested companies in Korea while improving the environment
2) Activity: Picking up trash, cigarette butts, and other debris on the road
3) Area: Yangjae Interchange

4) Activity Date/Time: Saturday, November 12, 09:30-13:30 (Lunch included)
5) Participants: Invest Korea, Seo-Cho District Office, Foreign-Invested Companies (Korean employees are also welcome)

 
 Schedule
 
Time Activity Remarks
09:30-09:50 - Registration
- Water and cleaning equipment will be handed out
- Safety instructions will be announced
- Group photo
Invest Korea Plaza Building (1st floor)
09:50-10:00 Move from Invest Korea Plaza to Yangjae IC
10:00-11:50 Clean-up Activity Yangjae IC Area
11:50-12:00 Return to Invest Korea Plaza
12:00-12:15 Return Cleaning Equipment Invest Korea Plaza Building (1st floor)
12:15-12:30 Move to Restaurant
12:30-13:30 Lunch hosted by IK Commissioner Korean
13:30 Distribute Souvenirs / Farewell
 
 Participation Form for Adopt-A-Road Activity
 
Name
Male/Female
Company
Mobile Phone
Email
Please fill in the form and return it no later than November 4(Friday) to

Mr. Y.K. Ryu
Investment Public Relations, Invest Korea
Email : ykryu@kotra.or.kr
Fax : 02-3460-7920
Tel : 02-3460-7531
 
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