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Bin Mirza International to switch off lights at its seven restaurants for ninth consecutive year

Bin Mirza International to switch off lights at its seven restaurants for ninth consecutive year

In an work to raise awareness on climate modify in Oman, all business outlets outdoors malls are switching off all non-important lighting from eight.30-9.30pm on March 24 and provide consumers complimentary Earth Hour-themed cupcakes to inspire them to reside a lot more sustainable lifestyles.

Restaurants participating in the occasion contain Second Cup, Nando’s, Caramel, Deli by Shell and Wagamama will be going dark for the crucial result in and are inviting diners to celebrate with them.

Jannat Shafaei, advertising director at Bin Mirza, stated, “As a national company with many locations across Muscat, Bin Mirza is always looking for ways to reduce our carbon footprint. Earth Hour is about taking steps towards change in order to preserve a robust, clean and sustainable environmentally safe world. At Bin Mirza, we strive to make a difference through our conservational actions, and Earth Hour is a unique opportunity for the company to show our continued commitment to this important effort while generating awareness within the communities we operate in.”

Starting in Sydney, Australia in 2007, Earth Hour has grow to be the world’s biggest environmental grassroots movement. Created to spread international and nearby awareness about the effects of climate modify and international warming, participants are encouraged to turn off their lights for a single hour on March 24, from eight.30-9.30pm each and every year.

Since its launch the movement has gained traction with millions of supporters participating across 172 nations and a lot more than 7,000 cities across the globe as a symbol of their commitment to the planet.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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