MPS is part sponsor, Hadi’s World (City Mall) also backing Classic
Mings Products & Services Limited has made it possible, through part sponsorship, for the Overall winner of the 2nd Hugh Ross Classic Bodybuilding and Fitness Championship to ride away with a brand new RX 100 Yamaha Motorcycle.
Yesterday, Customer Service Representative Debra Sutherland handed over the keys for the Motorcycle to HRC’s Sponsorship and Finance Officer Dexter Garnett at their Urquhart Street, headquarters.
The individual male category winners on competition night, May 2, 2010 at the National Cultural Centre will clash for the Overall title of Mr. Hugh Ross with the winner copping the grand prize.
Kerwain Downes who is also one of the Customer Service Representatives of Mings Products and Services expressed his entity’s pleasure at being associated with the HRC yet again.
“We know that the competition will be very exciting on May 2 with the winner taking home this very durable and fashionable machine, the Yamaha RX 100. At Mings, we are very passionate in promoting sports and education and this is another opportunity for us to continue our aim.”
Garnett expressed gratitude to Mings for partnering with the HRC for the second edition of the Classic and assured them that competition will be intense.
Meanwhile, Hadi’s World (City Mall) also handed over a cheque to the HRC Committee towards the successful staging of the event.
Making the presentation to Dexter Garnett was Brother Azad Ally who did not hesitate to remind that they have always been very supportive of sports and its development in Guyana.
Ally said that based on information, quite a number of young athletes will be competing and they were very pleased with such a development.
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