Nickelodeon launches first major event in Singapore

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singaporeNickelodeon launched its first-ever Nickelodeon Slime Cup in Southeast Asia in Singapore on July 20 to 21. The event is catered to families and kids aged seven to 14 years, promoting a healthy lifestyle with soccer-related activities in a SpongeBob Square Pants themed setting. The event is sponsored by SingTel mio with event venue partner, D’Marquee, at Downtown East. 

At the start of the ceremony, Mr. Zainal Bin Sapari, Member of Parliament, Pasir Ris Punggol GRC, who was the guest-of-honour, also plans to partake in the festivities with his family.

“Nickelodeon’s long-standing commitment to Singapore and the region has always been to encourage kids and their families to have fun while keeping a healthy lifestyle, essentially to ‘get and out and play!’ Even though we are a media business, we firmly believe that life’s lessons are not learnt from iPads or TV alone. In this sense, we completely share the Singapore Government’s vision of promoting sports and games to foster strong community relations,” said Mr Tan Chee Kiat, Chief Operating Officer, Viacom International Media Networks Asia.

“Together with SingTel mio TV, we aim to make this an inclusive event to give Singapore families from all walks of life a healthy dose of healthy, clean family fun time this weekend. And of course, what’s a Nickelodeon event without some Slime Time!” said Mr Zainal Bin Sapari, Member of Parliament, Pasir Ris Punggol GRC.

“As a nation, we want to cultivate a strong sporting culture whilst aiming to foster social connectedness in the community through sports over time. It is heartening to see that corporations like Viacom and SingTel mio TV are also making family-fun an integral part of their corporate activities.”

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Nickelodeon launched its first-ever Nickelodeon Slime Cup in Southeast Asia in Singapore on July 20 to 21. The event is catered to families and kids aged seven to 14 years, promoting a healthy lifestyle with soccer-related activities in a SpongeBob Square Pants themed setting. The event is sponsored by SingTel mio with event venue partner, D’Marquee, at Downtown East. 

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singaporeNickelodeon launched its first-ever Nickelodeon Slime Cup in Southeast Asia in Singapore on July 20 to 21. The event is catered to families and kids aged seven to 14 years, promoting a healthy lifestyle with soccer-related activities in a SpongeBob Square Pants themed setting. The event is sponsored by SingTel mio with event venue partner, D’Marquee, at Downtown East. 

At the start of the ceremony, Mr. Zainal Bin Sapari, Member of Parliament, Pasir Ris Punggol GRC, who was the guest-of-honour, also plans to partake in the festivities with his family.

“Nickelodeon’s long-standing commitment to Singapore and the region has always been to encourage kids and their families to have fun while keeping a healthy lifestyle, essentially to ‘get and out and play!’ Even though we are a media business, we firmly believe that life’s lessons are not learnt from iPads or TV alone. In this sense, we completely share the Singapore Government’s vision of promoting sports and games to foster strong community relations,” said Mr Tan Chee Kiat, Chief Operating Officer, Viacom International Media Networks Asia.

“Together with SingTel mio TV, we aim to make this an inclusive event to give Singapore families from all walks of life a healthy dose of healthy, clean family fun time this weekend. And of course, what’s a Nickelodeon event without some Slime Time!” said Mr Zainal Bin Sapari, Member of Parliament, Pasir Ris Punggol GRC.

“As a nation, we want to cultivate a strong sporting culture whilst aiming to foster social connectedness in the community through sports over time. It is heartening to see that corporations like Viacom and SingTel mio TV are also making family-fun an integral part of their corporate activities.”

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