Singing it healthy with Fitnesse

lifestyle February 16, 2013 00:00

By The Nation

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Nestle promotes its breakfast cereal with a fun concert next month at Thunder Dome


For the sixth consecutive year, Nestle is promoting its Nestle Fitnesse, a low fat, no cholesterol wholegrain breakfast cereal, by joining up with radio station 103.5 FM One in organising the “Fit in Shape” concert. 
This year’s event, which takes place at Thunder Dome, Muang Thong Thani on March 17, has the same concept as the cereal: “Plien Look Plik Chom Baeb Sud Khua” meaning “reverse changes in body shape.”
“We’re also reversing the changes in our shows. For example, Singular won’t be play their usual style ballads, Lipta plans to put on a surprise performance and Dome has a completely new show,” said Hattaya “Ple” Wongkrajang, managing director of Independent Communication Network, producer of 103.5 FM One’s programmes, during the recent press conference at Terminal 21. 
“We’re sure that the audience will enjoy the three shows by these three artists and also those of the guests.”
Fitnesse recently released two new tastes cluster almond and cluster banana nut and is offers customers a special 14-day dietary course, “Fit Firm Fin”. 
Shoppers can get a Bt500 discount on tickets by bringing a medium-sized box of breakfast cereal Nestle Fitnesse to the ticket office.
Tickets cost from Bt800 to Bt2,000   at Thai Ticket Major. Call (02) 262     3456 or visit
For more infor-mation, call the radio station at (02) 511 2035 or visit its Facebook page.