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Singh pens deal

Paulini Ratulailai
Thursday, November 02, 2017

SUVA-BASED boxer Sebastian 'The Sniper' Singh signed a deal to be the first brand ambassador for Inkk Mobile yesterday.

In a press conference, Inkk Mobile manager operations Amitesh Narayan said they were excited about the partnership .

"Our fighter brand has been punching above its weight with knockout deals and we are pleased to announce Inkk Mobile's first brand ambassador that resonates with our brand image," he said.

"Sebastian Singh, who is the latest boxing sensation in the country, is poised to achieve greater heights in boxing.

Singh is a professional boxer who holds the Asia Pacific Super Light Weight title.

"His dedication and commitment to sports makes him a standout athlete. Boxing has its set of loyal followers and it is only once in a while that a boxing talent of Sebastian's calibre emerges.

"This sponsorship will also give the sport of boxing a shot in the arm to expand and build its fan base."

Singh thanked Inkk Mobile for choosing him as their brand ambassador.

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