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Panomkorn Jirasatienpong Spearheads Grab Thailand’s ‘Delivering Love in 25 Minutes’ Valentine’s Campaign

In the whirlwind world of whirlwind romance and heartfelt gestures, roses steadfastly claim their throne, blossoming with up to a staggering ninefold increase in sales during the season of love. As if in a passionate dance, condom sales also leap, marking a robust growth of over 30% as February 14th draws near, whispering tales of love’s precautionary tales and romantic readiness.

Embarking on a mission to kindle flames of affection across the breadth of Thailand, Grab Thailand unfurls its ‘GrabMart’s Delivering Love in 25 Minutes’ campaign. This cupid’s arrow from Grab aims to transform the fabric of moment marketing with a blend of strategic alliances, featuring an elite ensemble of brands and merchant partners. This initiative ensures that love, in all its diverse expressions, reaches doorsteps with the quickness and excitement akin to a love-at-first-sight encounter on GrabMart.

At the heart of this romantic rendezvous is Panomkorn Jirasatienpong, the esteemed Head of Marketing at Grab Thailand, who affirms the buoyant spirit of Thai consumers, undeterred by economic tempests. With a twinkle in his eye, he notes, “Valentine’s Day embroiders a tapestry of emotions and memories, especially for the vibrant souls of Gen Z and the dreamy-eyed millennials.” He adds, with a sense of pride and a promise of swift affection, “Through our ‘GrabMart’s Delivering Love in 25 Minutes’ crusade, we’re not just delivering gifts; we’re ferrying heartfelt emotions, bridging distances between hearts with leading brands, the charming allure of local merchants, and the swift agility of GrabMart.”

To sprinkle a bit more magic into the mix, the campaign showers lovebirds and affection aficionados alike with a swoon-worthy discount of up to 25% using the secret spell ‘VDAY’. This enchantment is woven for orders that surpass the 600 baht mark, creating a tapestry of love that stretches from the present moment until the clock strikes midnight on February 14th.

So, as love fills the air and Cupid sharpens his arrows, let the symphony of swift deliveries, enticing offers, and the promise of love delivered within 25 minutes serenade you. In the realm of affection, whether adorned with roses or safeguarded by trusty companions in foil packets, Grab Thailand sails forth as the vessel of modern-day romance, proving once again that love, in all its forms and surprises, is but a Grab away.


  1. NattapongS February 13, 2024

    Love the concept of delivering love so swiftly! However, is it really necessary to commercialize love to such an extent? Valentine’s day feels more like a cash grab each year.

    • flowerpower February 13, 2024

      I can’t agree more. It seems everything is about spending money now. Whatever happened to simple gestures of love?

      • NattapongS February 13, 2024

        Exactly my point! A handwritten note, a simple flower picked up from a walk, those hold much more meaning than anything money can buy.

    • GenZee February 13, 2024

      Disagree folks, not everyone is good with words or crafts. Services like GrabMart provide a practical solution for expressing love. Convenience has its place in romance too.

      • TechieTee February 13, 2024

        True that! In our fast-paced world, any help in making significant others feel special is welcome. Plus, it supports local merchants.

      • NattapongS February 13, 2024

        Interesting perspective. Though, shouldn’t we strive for balance between convenience and personal effort in expressing love?

  2. TechSavvy101 February 13, 2024

    How effective is this ‘Delivering Love in 25 Minutes’ campaign really? Aren’t people tired of these marketing stunts?

    • JayWalker February 13, 2024

      People love convenience and surprises, TechSavvy101. If Grab can offer both, why not? It’s about catching the moment and making someone’s day.

      • MKnight52 February 13, 2024

        True! Plus, the fact that it supports local businesses is a big win. It’s more than just a marketing stunt; it’s a boost to the economy.

    • EconomicRealist February 13, 2024

      While the idea supports local merchants, the consumerism angle can’t be ignored. It’s a double-edged sword. Does the economic boost justify perpetuating consumer culture?

      • JayWalker February 13, 2024

        That’s a fair point, but consumerism is a big part of our society. Instead of resisting it, leveraging it to benefit local brands and create joy doesn’t sound too bad.

  3. BoomerBill February 13, 2024

    Back in my day, romance wasn’t about how quickly you could get a gift delivered. We valued time spent together, not money spent on each other.

    • ZennyG February 13, 2024

      Different times, Bill. We can do both now – spend quality time and use services like GrabMart for special surprises. It’s about evolving traditions.

      • MillieMoore February 13, 2024

        Agreed, ZennyG. Plus, not everyone has the liberty of spending a vast amount of time. Sometimes a quick, thoughtful gift can fill that gap perfectly.

  4. RomanticSoul February 13, 2024

    I just love how Grab is bringing more attention to Valentine’s Day. It’s a chance to celebrate love, and any initiative that facilitates that is alright in my book.

    • SkepticSam February 13, 2024

      Isn’t it just a bit too commercial though? The essence of love is getting lost in promotions and discounts.

      • RomanticSoul February 13, 2024

        Maybe, but it also lowers the barrier for people to express their love. Helpful for those who might hesitate otherwise.

  5. DataDyne February 13, 2024

    Interesting to see how data-driven strategies like these affect consumer behavior. It plays into both the urgency of the occasion and the impulse buying psychology.

    • JaneDoe101 February 13, 2024

      Would be fascinating to see the data on how much sales actually increase due to these campaigns. Love turned into numbers and graphs.

      • StatMan February 13, 2024

        Absolutely, Jane. The interplay between emotion-driven events like Valentine’s Day and the analytical side of marketing campaigns is a goldmine for consumer psychology studies.

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