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Pacific Energy Backs Coke Games

  The Fiji Secondary Schools Athletics Association and Coca-Cola Amatail received $10,000 worth of fuel sponsorship from Pacific Energy in Suva yesterday. The fuel backing reinforces their eighth year of
14 Apr 2018 09:57
Pacific Energy Backs Coke Games
From left: Coca-Cola Amatil Fiji’s marketing manager Lawrence Tikaram, Fiji Secondary Schools Athletics Association secretary Vuli Waqa, Pacific Energy commercial business manager, Nemani Kobiti and Pacific Energy business manager lubricants Tapuaki Finauga in Suva on April 13, 2018. Photo: Grace Narayan

 

The Fiji Secondary Schools Athletics Association and Coca-Cola Amatail received $10,000 worth of fuel sponsorship from Pacific Energy in Suva yesterday.

The fuel backing reinforces their eighth year of partnership. The 3-day Coca-Cola Games competition gets underway next Thursday at the ANZ Stadium in Suva.

Coca-Cola Amatail marketing manager Lawrence Tikaram said sponsors supporting the event help in building good sportsmanship in the country.

“I would like to thank Pacific Energy’s sponsorship of this kind that makes the actuality on the grounds happen,” he said.

“This type of support will ensure that we create one of the biggest events in Fiji that ignites the hopes and aspirations of our young athletes.”

Association secretary Vuli Waqa appreciated the kind sponsorship.

“We’re grateful indeed for Pacific Energy for coming on board. They have been our fuel supplier for eight years and this is the kind of sponsors we want, someone that stays for long,” Waqa said.

“Many sponsors come and go but we are looking forward to someone that is able to stay with us and I hope that Pacific Energy will stay with us for long as well by continuing to be the supplier of fuel.”

Waqa said the opening ceremony will start next Thursday at 9am and all students are to assemble at Bidesi Park by 8am.

“The march is to start at 9am and the first event begins at 12 midday and finishes around 10.06pm.  “On Friday, it starts at 9am and finishes at around 6pm but on Saturday it begins at 8am and the last event will be around 3.10pm.”

Edited by  Leone  Cabenatabua

 

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