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Pacific Energy Backs Club Toyota Fiji

Pacific Energy donated $5000 sponsorship to Club Toyota Fiji for the upcoming Pacific Energy Charity Car Show, which will be held at the Handicraft Suva carpark on April 8. Pacific
29 Mar 2017 11:00
Pacific Energy Backs Club Toyota Fiji
From left:Club Toyota Fiji Secretary Abhikash Nath,Club Toyota Fiji President Sandip Shanal,Pacific Energy Limited Business Manager-Lubricants Tapuaki Finauga and Club Toyota Fiji Treasurer Moshin Khan during the announcementof Pacific Energy's Charity Car Show Sponsorship yesterday.Photo:Vilimoni Vaganalau.

Pacific Energy donated $5000 sponsorship to Club Toyota Fiji for the upcoming Pacific Energy Charity Car Show, which will be held at the Handicraft Suva carpark on April 8.

Pacific Energy’s business manager-lubricants  Tapuaki Finauga said yesterday that they were grateful to be part of Club Toyota Fiji.

“We were approached by Club Toyota Fiji earlier this year to share with us their charity initiatives through organising of car shows and we learned of the growing number of car enthusiasts who are keen in showcasing their cars,” Finauga said.

“It has become a popular past time event not only for the car owners but for their families as well. Some of these car enthusiasts have worked on their cars putting car accessories, lights car paint jobs to make their cars stand out. We will be seeing some of these in the car show.”

A total of 80 cars and motorbikes will be competing in the various categories that are up for grabs.

Club Toyota Fiji president Sandip Shanal Singh acknowledged Pacific Energy for their support and also confirmed there would be three German cars participating at the event.

“There will be three cars made in Germany but registered in Fiji participating at the show. There are 32 categories and 57 awards to be given to the participants.

“There are also 40 awards to be given to spectators,” Singh said.

The noble thing about this event is that Club Toyota Fiji will donate some of the proceeds to the poor and underprivileged.

“The club has done this before where members have helped some who were affected by Cyclone Winston,” Singh added.

Edited by Leone Cabenatabua

 

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