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Clogard conducts activities for Thalawila feast devotees contributing to pilgrim solace


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The annual feast of St. Anne’s Church Thalawila was held recently with the participation of thousands of devotees belonging to all faiths and ethnic groups. Clogard, as a much-loved Sri Lankan brand conducted a host of activities under the theme ‘Pure mouth, pure words’ for the many thousands of pilgrims who flocked to the area from around the island helping them engage in meaningful worship.

Pilgrims visiting the area were provided free dental check-ups from Clogard ensuring they maintain good oral health during the Thalawila Church feast. Through the Clogard mobile dental clinic, the team was able offer free dental screenings to children under 15 years creating an opportunity for the families to think about oral health while engaging in the religious activities. 

As many pilgrims setup tents near the church and reside there throughout the festive celebrations, Clogard provided water through dispensers to help quench their thirst and contribute towards a fulfilling religious experience. 

Additionally, as a local brand which enjoys a strong local heritage and deep understanding of cultural values Clogard provided a clove based herbal mouth freshening mix for devotees for better oral care Containing cloves and other herbs Clogard is infused with all the goodness of nature and science to deliver the highest standards in oral hygiene and care. Offering devotees clove based herbal mouth freshening mix contributed further in helping to freshen their mouths, words and thoughts too. The team also distributed toothpaste samples to assist pilgrims in their oral care needs.

Clogard continuously supports and is present at all major cultural and religious events held in the country. As a much-loved local brand, Clogard is deeply rooted in local cultural traditions helping to build multiple community experiences whilst being committed to serving its consumers. 

Commenting on helping devotees gathered at Thalawila, Hemas Manufacturing General Manager Marketing Derrick Antony said, “Clogard harnesses the protective power of nature’s most powerful cleansing and healing agents. Through our activities during the Thalawila Church Feast we have assisted the visiting pilgrims providing oral care, freshness of breath and above all the support to participate in a rewarding spiritual experience.”

 


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