Shell treats left-handed motorists on International Left-hander’s Day
Only a small fraction of the world’s population is more skillful with their left hands, which is why a lot of things in this world are designed for right-handed people. This makes everyday activities for left-handers tricky, such as using a pair of scissors, writing on a spiral notebook, and using a computer mouse.
On International Left-hander’s Day, Pilipinas Shell is giving away a unique gift to left-handed motorists that they could use every day. This coming August 13, left-handed customers who will drop by from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at any of the 60 participating Shell stations nationwide will be treated to an ergonomically-designed pen that will help them write easier and more comfortably.
“We at Shell are one with left-handers in celebrating their uniqueness and individuality on International Left-hander’s Day. As part of our commitment to delight our customers every time they visit our stations, we prepared a simple yet useful gift for all our left-handed customers to show our appreciation,” says Anthony Lawrence Yam, Pilipinas Shell Vice President for Retail.
By providing quality fuel products and services to motorists around the world, Shell gained its foothold as a global leader in power and energy that pioneers next generation technology in developing new energy sources, producing smarter products, building smarter infrastructure and providing energy efficient engineering solutions that ultimately promote cleaner energy, smarter mobility, energy efficiency and a new energy future to address the energy challenge.
Pilipinas Shell continues its commitment to make every visit to a Shell service station a delightful experience for all customers. Shell celebrates with motorists every special day such as the International Left-hander’s Day, and more surprises are in store for Shell patrons in the coming months that will surely delight them in more ways than one.
Liked this post? Follow SwirlingOverCoffee on Facebook.