– finals set for July 28 & NCC
International Pharmaceutical Agency (IPA) has maintained their partnership with the Hugh Ross Classic Body Building and Fitness Show which finals are set for Saturday July 28, 2012 at the National Cultural Centre.
Reginald Persaud, IPA’s Group Finance Director on Friday presented a cash donation to HRC Executive responsible for Sponsorship & Finance Dexter Garnett at the entity’s Camp Street Office.
Persaud in brief remarks at the presentation noted that apart from the cash donation, his company will also sponsor TV ads for the show starting now until the activity and two trophies.
“IPA has always been partnering with the HRC ever since it started and we are proud of the event and the fact that it provides competition and exposure for athletes.”
The HRC Committee held Sub-Meets in West Demerara and Georgetown but adverse weather resulted in the Meet in Berbice being called off. It is anticipated that over 40-athletes will be gracing the stage of the Cultural Centre for the finals. Details of the guest poser will be released shortly.
Male athletes will compete in the Bantamweight, Lightweight, Middleweight and Heavyweight while the females will contest the Figure Competition. Garnett thanked IPA for their continued support while informing that the athletes are fine tuning their preparations for what is anticipated to be an exciting muscle flexing night on July 28.
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