Ministry/Corporation 7-A-side football competition…
Training facility ‘Body Max’ rises to the corporate call
Football fans are truly being entertained with several encounters as the action in the Inter Ministry/Corporation 7-A-side football competition continues at the Banks DIH Thirst Park Ground.
Already, several corporate companies have contributed towards the success of the tournament and the most recent to pitch in its lot is Body Max of South Road, Georgetown.
Yesterday morning, one of the organizers, Mark Young, journeyed to that facility and received a hefty sponsorship package from Manager, Ashton Barker. There, in the training room and surrounded by weight training equipment and other exercise facilities, Barker handed over an envelope to Young to offset the huge demands of the tournament.
Mr. Barker acknowledged the importance of corporate intervention towards the sustenance of sports development and said that he is extremely delighted to render support. He further pledged assistance for similar events in the future.
Mr. Young expressed deep gratitude to his benefactor even as he urged fans to come out in support of the tournament. The organizer also pledged support to Body Max even as he encouraged all Guyanese to utilize the facility in their bid to stay fit.
Meanwhile, Mr. Barker said that the primary objective of his facility is to assist in the realization of the attainment of a healthy life. He said that his staff is quite capable of overseeing the health needs of the nation and boasts a group of competent instructors, skilled in the vagaries of health issues.