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Wine shop joins golf sponsorship

Emoni Narawa
Saturday, July 19, 2014

ORGANISERS of the Fiji International golf tournament have announced it had partnered Victoria Wines for the golf tournament event next month.

At the announcement yesterday in Suva, officials said Victoria Wines would be the official wine and a silver supply partner for the inaugural event.

"Victoria Wines through our premium international partners is excited to be part of the inaugural Fiji International," Liam Hindle, the Managing Director for Victoria Wines said in a statement.

"We are renowned for our top quality wines and believe we are an ideal fit for such a prestigious event."

Hindle said with the sport being one of the most played and watched sports in the world, golf provides the perfect platform for its international customers to experience the offerings in Fiji.

Meanwhile, top golfers such as Vijay Singh and Nick Price had confirmed their participation at the tournament which would be played at the Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course on August 14-17.





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