Petronas Coffee Break campaign returns this Hari Raya Aidil Fitri in 147 participating stations nationwide.
In conjunction with the festive Hari Raya Aidil Fitri holidays that’s just around the corner, national fuel retailer Petronas has kick started its annual Petronas Coffee Break campaign once again this year.
Just like previous editions, the campaign sees Petronas serving up to 900,000 cups of coffee plus an assortment of snacks in participating stations located along major highways and trunk roads nationwide.
The free coffee and snacks will be given out at these stations on July 2nd and 3rd from 6pm onwards and again on July 9th and 10th from 3pm onwards. Motorists will be served at participating Petronas stations whilst stocks last.
Notably, this year’s edition of the Petronas Coffee Break Campaign will be held across 147 Petronas stations nationwide, marking a significant increase from last year’s running held in just 40 stations. Besides that, the campaign sees Petronas offering free 20-point vehicle safety checks for all Proton owners at selected stations as well.
With its campaign, Petronas has reinforced its commitment towards road safety once again by contributing RM20,000 worth of Petronas Primax 95 fuels to the St John Ambulance of Malaysia (SJAM). The contribution will fuel up to 50 SJAM ambulances that are tasked with providing emergency responses along major highways during the upcoming festive holiday.
The Petronas Coffee Break campaign is held in collaboration with partners such as Nestle’ Products Sdn Bhd, Munchworld Marketing Sdn Bhd, Coca-Cola Refreshments Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Suntory Beverages & Food Malaysia Sdn Bhd, URC Snack Food (M) Sdn Bhd, Industri Makanan Snek Ku Sdn Bhd, Goodwill Marketing & Agency (M) Sdn Bhd, SJAM and Proton Holdings Berhad.
More information regarding the Petronas Coffee Break campaign and the locations of participating Petronas stations are available online at mymesra.com.my.
By the way, don’t forget to prepare yourself this festive season as well with our six-step guide towards riding safely this Hari Raya by clicking here.