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Worawat Narknawdee’s 3rd Acme Vampire Day: Combining Trading with Philanthropy in Bangkok

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Imagine a world where giving back could be as thrilling as the plot of your favorite vampire novel – welcome to the extraordinary reality created by Mr. Worawat Narknawdee, the visionary trader and founder of the trailblazing Traderist organisation. With a heart as big as his ambitions, Mr. Worawat has conjured up the 3rd Acme Vampire Day, an event that boasts the fusion of philanthropy and the fascinating world of trading, all draped under the cloak of vampire-themed allure. This isn’t your ordinary community service gig; it’s an adventure into the heart of how we can empower each other through the simplest acts of giving.

Set against the vibrant backdrop of Bangkok, on the bustling Henri Dunant Road to be precise, the National Blood Centre of the Thai Red Cross Society will transform into a haven for heroes on Saturday, 6 July 2024. From the break of dawn at 8:00 AM until the shadows lengthen at 5:00 PM, the centre will welcome not just traders but anyone willing to roll up their sleeves for a good cause. The goal? To collect over 1 million cc of blood, proving that the strength of our community lies in our unity and the willingness to help those in need. Over 5,000 individuals are expected to converge on this day, embodying the Traderist’s decade-old ideology that mastering the art of investment and life skills goes hand in hand with the duty to assist others, without ever expecting anything in return.

But the intrigue doesn’t end there. Mr. Worawat, in his ceaseless effort to weave the spirit of altruism into the very fabric of Traderist’s philosophy, has orchestrated a trading event set to take place at the legendary Traderist Hall from 3-7 June 2024. This isn’t just a gathering; it’s a clarion call to raise awareness and foster active participation in life-saving blood donation activities. A pivotal aspect of this event is its commitment to turn profit into purpose, with a portion of the proceeds destined for the coffers of the Thai Red Cross. Thus, every trade not only marks a potential victory on the market but a definitive win for humanity.

For those eager to join this crusade (and snag an exclusive “Acme Vampire Day the 3rd” T-shirt!), the digital realm awaits your pledge of participation. A simple journey to to fill out the registration form is all that stands between you and being part of this phenomenal event. Remember to mark your calendars, for the gates close on 5 July 2024. Should queries arise, the ethereal realms of Line OA @AcmeTraderist offer answers, not to mention a glimpse into the event’s allure through the mystical portal of

The lore of Acme Vampire Day is rich, with the past two editions leaving indelible marks on the tapestry of generosity. The inaugural gathering on 18 March 2017 saw 1,717 souls stepping into the light, their donations reaching 2,901 lucky recipients. The sequel, unfolding on 2 November 2019, witnessed 1,412 units of lifeblood coursing through 14 centers nationwide, amassing approximately 635,400 cc of blood that cascaded hope into at least 4,236 lives.

In a world that often feels shrouded in darkness, Acme Vampire Day emerges as a beacon of hope, exemplifying how the power of giving can illuminate the darkest corners. So, let’s don our capes, embrace our inner saviors, and rendezvous at the National Blood Centre. It’s time to prove that within every one of us beats the heart of a hero, ready to make a difference one pint at a time.


  1. BillyTheKid May 7, 2024

    I think the idea of mixing vampires with trading and philanthropy is kinda weird. What do vampires have to do with trading or giving blood?

    • EternalOptimist May 7, 2024

      It’s about the novelty and grabbing attention. Vampires are a unique way to draw people in, and it’s working. The important part is that it benefits a good cause.

      • BillyTheKid May 7, 2024

        I guess when you put it that way, it makes sense. Still feels a bit gimmicky to me, but if it helps people, then it’s good.

    • VanHelsing2024 May 7, 2024

      Actually, it’s a clever play on the idea that vampires ‘take’ blood. Here, people are voluntarily ‘giving’ blood. It flips the narrative while staying memorable.

  2. FinanceGuru99 May 7, 2024

    Turning profit into purpose is a powerful statement. This event shows you can be successful in the financial world and still have a heart. More traders should take note.

  3. RedCrossRegular May 7, 2024

    I’ve been a donor for years, and it’s events like these that can really boost the blood bank supplies. It’s amazing to see the community come together, especially with such a large goal.

    • NeedleShy May 7, 2024

      I want to help, but I’m really scared of needles. Any advice on how to overcome this fear?

      • ComfySocks May 7, 2024

        I used to be terrified too! What helped me was not looking at the needle and bringing a friend for distraction. The staff are also really good at helping you feel at ease.

      • RedCrossRegular May 7, 2024

        Contact the staff beforehand about your fear; they’re incredibly understanding and can provide support and resources to help you through it.

  4. VampireLover May 7, 2024

    This is the kind of innovative thinking we need more of! Combining a love for the gothic with real-world action is inspiring. Kudos to Mr. Worawat for making a difference in such a unique way.

    • Skeptic101 May 7, 2024

      Isn’t this just exploiting a trend for publicity? How much of this is actually about helping versus just getting attention?

      • VampireLover May 7, 2024

        It’s about the impact. If a theme, even if trendy, gets people involved in a cause like blood donation, then I’m all for it. The end result is what matters.

  5. MarkTheShark May 7, 2024

    I’m all for charity, but aligning it with a trading event seems opportunistic. Can’t we just do good deeds without making it a business transaction?

    • CharityChamp May 7, 2024

      It’s not about making a profit from charity. It’s about using every platform we have to do good. If a business can leverage its events for a charitable cause, that’s a win-win.

      • MarkTheShark May 7, 2024

        Fair point. I hadn’t considered the potential to reach a wider audience through the trading community.

  6. GlobalCitizen May 7, 2024

    Bravo for blending finance, fun, and philanthropy! These are the type of events that can make real change in the world by using platforms people are already interested in for good.

  7. CritiqueMaster May 7, 2024

    I’m wondering about the logistics. Gathering 5,000 people in one place for blood donation is ambitious. Are they prepared to handle that efficiently without compromising health and safety?

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