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New golf sponsors

Rashneel Kumar
Wednesday, August 06, 2014

WITH just days remaining for the inaugural Fiji International golf tournament to kick off, the organisers have managed to sign another brand as its silver sponsor.

Asco Motors will be promoted as the official automotive and car rental partner of the tournament.

While announcing the partnership, head of commercial of the Fiji International for SEL, Matt Porm said Asco Motors would help to service the transport requirements of the tournament organisers, players, VIPs and guests.

"We look forward to working with them to showcase their brand throughout the tournament," Porm said in a statement.

Asco Motors national sales manager Seiji Tokito said the company which employed more than 270 people in Fiji was proud to support the tournament.

"The Fiji International will bring a lot of benefit to the people and economy of Fiji, and we're pleased to showcase our range of products and services through the event," Tokito said.

Meanwhile Coca-Cola will be the official refreshment and sports drink of the Fiji International.

The internationally broadcast tournament will provide Coca-Cola Amatil the opportunity to showcase two of their high profile brands — Coke Zero and Powerade — through its silver sponsor.

The Fiji International will be held at the Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course from August 14 to 17.








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