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Upgraded courts to boost tennis

Salaseini Moceica
Monday, March 31, 2014

THE performances of tennis players in the North will now be boosted with the opening of the newly-upgraded tennis courts in Labasa on the weekend.

The $10,000 BSP-funded project was initiated by the bank's outgoing manager, Anand Nair together with his staff and the Labasa Town Council.

In delivering her speech at the ceremony on Saturday, BSP Labasa branch manager Eka Seduadua said the ultimate objective of the project was to ensure the people benefitted from a well-revamped tennis courts.

"At BSP, we promote unity and bonding of the diverse cultures of our people and it's our hope that this facility will bring maximum benefit to people from all walks of life," she said.

"In all our community projects, we aspire to give back to the community in more ways than just cash donations. I am delighted to confirm that our Labasa branch staff and their families pitched in to help kick start this critical project.

"We seriously take the responsibilities that come with being a leader. We help our customers to build a better community and leverage our size scope and resources to help make our nation and the world a better place."

Labasa special administrator Vijay Chand was thankful to the bank and its Labasa branch staff for the kind gesture.








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