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Marist Volleyball receives stationery boost

Emoni Narawa
Thursday, June 26, 2014

ORGANISERS of the Marist Volleyball tournament have received another boost.

The Bula FM-sponsored two-day tournament now have Post Shop as one of its associate sponsors.

The premier stationery suppliers, Post Fiji will be supplying all stationery needed for the successful running of the tournament.

Former national rugby rep and Post Fiji's head of retail Isaac Mow said they supported Marist Volleyball because it encouraged the participation of youths and families who formed an integral part of the Post Shop business outlets.

"Any such tournament of this standing requires a lot of stationery to help them operate successfully and we are happy to assist," Mow said in a statement.

Viliame Katia, the organising committee chairman, said running a tournament was a costly exercise.

He said they were happy to be associated with a company that not only provided excellent service but also quality products.

The tournament, dubbed as the biggest club-organised volleyball championship, has attracted top clubs from Suva, Rewa, Nasinu, Nadi, Lautoka and Savusavu.

The event kicks off tomorrow in Suva.


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