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Vodafone Helps

Vodafone Helps
Vodafone Chief Marketing Officer, Sanjeewa Perera (left), and Micheal Song of OFC during the MOU signing at Vodafone yesterday. Photo: Rama
April 11
08:12 2015

Oceania Football Confederation received a timely boost from Vodafone Fiji on the eve of the 2015 Fiji Airways Oceania Football Confederation Champions League.

The mobile service giant signed on with OFC yesterday, pledging $15,000 cash as well as $5,000 worth of resources.

Vodafone continued with the sponsorship of the two teams representing Fiji, Ba and Suva, with $50,000 cash each to support their build-up towards the tournament last week.

OFC head of competitions Michael Song expressed his organization’s gratitude towards Vodafone Fiji for the assistance.

“OFC is very delighted to partner with Vodafone Fiji for the Fiji Airways OFC Champions League tournament,”Song said.

“As you all know it is the first time in the long history of Oceania Football that all the matches are being held in one venue.

“OFC and Fiji FA are committed to the game in this country and the region and we are investing many resources into the game and raising the profile.

“Vodafone has been very active in sponsoring not just football but sports in general.”

In addition to the $15,000 cash, Vodafone Fiji is also providing; eight internet dongle for OFC staff, eight Vodafone SIM cards with $100 credit each, 10 Vodafone SIM cards for the visiting teams with $50 credit each, one Vodafone Broadband Internet in Ba for OFC staff and one Vodafone Broadband Internet in Suva for OFC staff.

The tournament will run from April 11-26 and will be held at Govind Park in Ba and ANZ Stadium in Suva.



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