THACO organizes meaningful activities to celebrate Vietnam Women's Day at Ho Chi Minh City Office
To celebrate the 93rd anniversary of the Vietnam Women's Union, THACO Corporate Culture and Communications Department and Trade Union organized a special program for over 250 female employees at THACO Ho Chi Minh City Office on October 19.
The ceremony was held in a lively and joyful atmosphere, with the participation of leaders of THACO, THADICO, THILOGI, THISO, and THACO AUTO, featuring a variety of exciting and meaningful activities
Mr. Nguyen Mot, THACO Corporate Culture and Communications Director, congratulated the female employees of THACO and Sub-holdings working at Ho Chi Minh City Office on Vietnam Women's Day on behalf of THACO's Board of Directors.
According to him, women have played an increasingly important role in building and developing Vietnam for over 4,000 years. THACO's journey from a car factory to a multi-industry industrial group with 6 Sub-holdings would not have been possible without the silent contributions of female employees over the past 26 years.
The program featured a variety of engaging and impressive activities, including an online Talented Beauty contest, an Ao dai performance contest, and a lucky draw, which brought joy and laughter to all employees.
Ms. Le Thi Bao Chau from THACO won first place in the Talented Beauty contest, beating over 250 other contestants with her knowledge of THACO and Sub-holdings to the 20 questions. The second and third place prizes went to Ms. Hoang Thi Thanh Binh, a MINI Product staff from THACO AUTO, and Ms. Van Thi Thu Ha, a System Administration Staff from THADICO, respectively.
The highlight of the program was the Ao Dai performance contest, which attracted a lot of attention from all employees at THACO. 28 female employees in ao dai took turns performing on stage, representing the four Sub-holdings of THACO Group: THACO, THACO AUTO, THADICO, and THISO. The contestants showcased their gentle and graceful beauty with graceful, unique performances in traditional ao dai.
The final scores of the Ao Dai contest were determined by a 50/50 split between audience votes and jury points.
Ms. Chau Ngoc Chan Tran, an administrative secretary from THADICO, won convincingly and took home two out of three categories: Excellent Performance and Most Lovely Face. Ms. Tran Thi My Ngoc from the Administrative-Technical Department of THISO won the Most Impressive Costume award.
The program concluded with a thrilling and suspenseful lucky draw. The Organizing Committee randomly selected three lucky female employees from the audience to receive first, second, and third prizes.
The program to celebrate Vietnamese Women's Day on October 20 created memorable memories and joy for all female employees working at the Ho Chi Minh City Office. THACO's Board of Directors encourages all female employees to continue to leverage their unique strengths, overcome challenges, successfully complete their assigned tasks, and affirm their roles and leadership abilities at the Group.