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More sponsors line up

Maciu Malo
Sunday, February 09, 2014

MORE sponsors have been lined up by the FRU board to keep the FRU sustainability, says board chairman Filimoni Waqabaca.

He announced during the FRU SGM in Nadi yesterday that Fiji Water and Coca-Cola are interested in joining hands with Vodafone and the likes in sponsoring FRU.

Waqabaca said the new sponsors would not affect the earlier sponsorships announced by FRU last week.

"As long as those sponsorships are not in direct competition with the main sponsors and along with the consortium we are free to negotiate for some other sponsors," he said.

"Apart from the above two companies there is another company wanting to come on board."

It is believed that Fiji Bitter is also interested to team up with FRU.








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