Nippon Paint Collaborates with AIM, Beautifies Kodambakkam
Nippon Paint (India) Private Limited (Decorative Division), Asia’s leading paint manufacturer completed its painting initiative with AIM (Awareness India Movement) to give the neighborhood of Kodambakkam a makeover.
Nippon Paint (India) Private Limited (Decorative Division), Asia’s leading paint manufacturer completed its painting initiative with AIM (Awareness India Movement) to give the neighborhood of Kodambakkam a makeover. The event which was part of AIM’s project #Kodambakkam2020, saw student volunteers from various city colleges offer their support to the initiative.
Launched by AIM, project #Kodambakkam2020 was initiated with the support of the Greater Chennai Corporation. It began on 26th of January 2018, under the theme “Namathu Theru, Namathu Porappu and has successfully beautified areas in and around the neighborhood. Close to 115 college volunteers attended the event and painted select walls of the locality. Nippon Paint provided Paints and other protective gears for volunteers to undertake the project.
Speaking about the initiative, Mr. S Mahesh Anand, President – Decorative Paint, Nippon Paint India commented “We at Nippon Paint have always believed in promoting the need for a clean neighborhood. We are delighted to join hands with AIM to contribute to the Swachh Bharat Mission 2018. We feel privileged to be able to contribute to this cause and are glad that members of the Television fraternity have offered their support for the initiative. We are certain that this will go on to encourage people to realize the importance of environmental conservation.”
Speaking further about the association Mr Vetrivel, President- AIM Chennai said, “AIM is proud to partner with Nippon Paint to beautify various Chennai neighborhoods. This initiative will urge youngsters to strive towards establishing a clean surrounding. We are very grateful to all the student volunteers for extending their services and joining us in spreading awareness on environment conservation”.