Segafredo Zanetti in collaboration with Bangkok Airways calls on chic & chill

Segafredo Zanetti in collaboration with Bangkok Airways calls on chic & chill

water sport enthusiasts to enjoy new experiences associated with the sporty brand image at “Bangkok Airways Surf Festival 2022”

Segafredo Zanetti Thailand in collaboration with Bangkok Airways, Tourism Authority of Thailand, and Boardriders, hosted Bangkok Airways Surf Festival 2022 at Memory Beach and Apsara Beachfront Resort, Khaolak, Pang-nga, featuring Note Panayanggool, Thailand’s “sporty” pop star with arrays of Segafredo products.

Segafredo Zanetti Thailand’s journey to Pang-nga affirms the brand’s sporty lifestyle with fun-filled moments served alongside positive vibes of Italian premium coffee, freshly roasted and grinded from authentic coffee beans, available as Americano and Latte. Plus, Segafredo Cooler Bag Limited Edition designed by Benz Tanawat Sakdawisarak, also known as Bloody Hell Big Head the celebrity illustrator whose styles engage geometric forms with a sense of 80s pop and Memphis art. 

Water sport enthusiasts participating at the event enjoyed eye-opening experiences, including Zumba classes, SUP board and beach volleyball. Plus beach yoga led by Nan Varisara Suttikulpanich, renowned yoga trainer certified with Yoga Alliance International certification. 

Bangkok Airways Surf Festival 2022 also featured Note Panayanggool, or “Note the Stars”, the pop idol invited by Segafredo Zanetti Thailand to represent the generation of water sport athletes and call for surf lovers to get on board. The closing featured “Wanyai X Mon Monik” free mini concert on the beach alongside a banquet and lucky draw prizes from sponsors, delivering fun-filled beach activities all day long for everyone.

Stay tuned for more cool activities by Segafredo Zanetti at Facebook Fanpage: SEGAFREDO ZANETTI THAILAND and IG @SEGAFREDOZANETTI.THAILAND


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