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Fuel company joins as sponsor for Fiji International tourney

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, August 10, 2014

TOTAL (Fiji) Ltd has partnered with the Fiji International which gets underway at the Natadola Bay Championship course on Thursday as its silver sponsor.

As part of its sponsorship, Total is the official fuel supplier for the duration of the tournament.

Head of commercial for the tournament Matt Porm said they were pleased to welcome Total on board for the inaugural Fiji International.

"With a strong community focus, Total is a highly respected company in the country and we hope to work with them to grow our relationship," he said

In addition to their silver sponsorship, Total is also selling general admission tickets for the tournament through selected service stations.

The ticket prices have been released and it has been reduced for the local residents.

Ticket prices: Fiji Residents: Round One $5, Round Two $5, Round Three $10, Round Four $10. Children under-16 free. Others will have to pay $20 per round.

Total service stations selling tickets include: Total Tavua, Total Ba, Total Lautoka, Total Navutu, Total Namaka, Total Corner Pt, Total Town end (Nadi), Total Sigatoka. Suva areas: Total Lami, Total Hibiscus, Total Flagstaff, Total Laucala, Total Makoi and Total Nausori.

The tournament will be played from August 14-17.








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