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Sponsorship boost for volleyball tournament

The annual Nadi International Airport Volleyball Tournament has again received a timely sponsorship boost from Vodafone Fiji.

Speaking at a media conference, Vodafone’s Head of Recharge and Distribution, Nilesh Singh, said they are proud to reaffirm their partnership with the organisers of the tournament.

“This partnership signifies our commitment to sports, the community, and the vibrant spirit of networking, fun and passion with the participating business houses.”

“With over 10 years of support, we continue to foster this long-term partnership with the biggest annual business-house volleyball tournament.”

He said the tournament is a mega-event that draws t over 200 business-house athletes, families and friends, fostering connections and creating lasting memories.

“Vodafone Fiji understands the profound impact sports can have on individuals and communities. Sport instils values like discipline, teamwork, and excellence, which resonate deeply with us.”

“It is within this context that we find common ground with the Nadi International Airport Volleyball Tournament, an event that mirrors our efforts to foster networking and unity, he added.

Bulou Lele Vereivalu, Secretary for the Nadi International Airport Volleyball Tournament said, “We are humbled to have Vodafone Fiji onboard again as the major sponsors.

“Vodafone has supported the tournament for over a decade and sees over 90 organizations participating in the grand volleyball tournament.”

Vereivalu reiterated the past year’s tournament success and said they are excited to start registrations.

“We are also excited to witness the talents, passion, and sportsmanship that this tournament will undoubtedly showcase,” said Singh whilst acknowledging the organizers for their dedication to the tournament over the years.

“Together, we are poised to create yet another event that not only excites and entertains but also contributes to nurturing business community partnerships, networking and maintaining a strong platform for collaboration.”

The tournament is scheduled for 30 September.

Reginald Chandar
Reginald Chandar
Head of News & Sports | news@fijilive.com

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