GROW Campaign Launch at Tropicana City Mall

GROW Campaign Launch at Tropicana City Mall

Last weekend, we brought our kids for the Grow Campaign Launch at Tropicana City Mall. It is the mall’s initiative to nurture young generation on climate change though year-long GROW program.




The GROW Campaign launch was held in conjunction with Earth Day and this was part of the first series of the GROW year-long campaign involving shopper’s children harvesting vegetable and planting new batch of vegetables at the green house.

GROW activities involve a series of organic planting in community green house by children, eating healthy and preserving the environment throughout the year where young shoppers and students from schools will be invited to the mall to plan and harvest vegetables via Hydroponic Method. This activity also cultivates the habit of giving back to the society amongst the future generation as falses from the proceeds will be donated to a charitable organization.

During the launch, there were representatives from the mall such as Marketing Communications Manager Paulin Lin and Managing Director of Oliver Gourmet Mr Tham Oi Loon. Professional landscaper Professor Kajendiran Latchmanan was there too to talk about harvesting vegetables via Hydroponic Method.


We felt that this is a good opportunity for our boys to learn more about gardening as well as understanding climate change. It is good for them to get their hands dirty handing the vegetables as well as understanding more about harvesting and planting.

Here is something you should know. From now until 31st December 2018, CapitaStar members will be rewarded with 500 STARS with minimum spending of RM 30 inclusive of any GROW products from Oliver Gourmet at Tropicana City Mall and The Mines Shopping Centre. Please take note that GROW products are 100% organic and the sales will be donated to charitable organization.

For more information, you can visit them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/theminesshoppingmalpage and www.facebook.com/tropicanacitymall



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