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Damodar renews naming rights for National Aquatic Centre

The Damodar Group today re-signed another deal to continue as the Naming Rights Sponsors of the National Aquatic Centre in Laucala Bay, Suva between the Fiji Sports Commission and the Fiji Sports Council. The naming rights is worth $320,000. Fiji Sports Council CEO Ms Litiana Loabuka said the Damodar Group came on board as naming rights […]

Nacanieli Tuilevuka

August 29, 2016 1:13 pm

The Damodar Group today re-signed another deal to continue as the Naming Rights Sponsors of the National Aquatic Centre in Laucala Bay, Suva between the Fiji Sports Commission and the Fiji Sports Council.

Chairman of the Fiji Sports Council Commission Mr Peter Mazey, CEO of the Damodar Group of Companies Mr Div Damodar and the Fiji Sports Council CEO Ms Litiana Loabuka. (Facebook)
Chairman of the Fiji Sports Commission Mr Peter Mazey, CEO of the Damodar Group of Companies Mr Div Damodar and the Fiji Sports Council CEO Ms Litiana Loabuka. (Facebook)

The naming rights is worth $320,000.

Fiji Sports Council CEO Ms Litiana Loabuka said the Damodar Group came on board as naming rights sponsors in 2011.

LOABUKA: “In recognising the potential this internationally standardise facility has a sporting arena and a wide ranged function hosting area, ties in well for Darmodar’s corporate intentions as a value added neighbour to the ever popular Darmodar City complex. This is an aligned corporate partnership, targeted at ensuering the best is given back to our valued patrons as facility providers.”

Damodar Group of Companies Chief Executive Officer, Div Damodar said they have always believed in the importance of being a part of the communities in which they operate.

DAMODAR: “We are committed to being involved in the sporting fraternity where we have an interactive connection to our customers furthermore, this deal enforces our commitment to them and their families. We have increased our sponsorship toward the Council realising the continued growth in investment with sporting facilities.”

The National Aquatic Centre was built for the 2003 South Pacific Games.

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