Mar 13, 2013 Sports
They can be rightfully considered the ‘new kid on the block’, but Samaroo Investments situated at the corner of Church and Thomas Streets and distributors of MAC Batteries made good on a commitment to support the Guyana Motor Racing & Sports Club (GMR&SC) March 24 Race Meet after handing over a cheque for an undisclosed sum to Manager of the Club Rayon Samaroo on Monday, at the Company’s location.
Acting on behalf of the Management was Sales Representative Surendra Sweatham, who in brief remarks disclsoed how happy the entity was to be part of a sport that they’ve witnessed develop into one of the premier sports in Guyana and responsible for a significant chunk on the tourism chart.
Sweatham indicated that he was deputising for Managing Director Doodnauth Samaroo who was unavoidably absent.
Samaroo in response thanked the Company on behalf of the Club for coming on board as a new member on the list of sponsors, adding that the club will ensure that the day’s event will run in accordance with what is required to motivate the Company to remain on board.
He noted that with the support of the corporate community, the sport of motor racing is guaranteed continuity which will not only benefit the competitors, but all those who love the sport.
According to Samaroo, some 22 races are carded for the day and competitors will line up in all the different categories in what is already being hyped to produce some exhilarating performances.
The first race is set to begin at 09:00 hrs with the line up of competitiors set for 08:30 hrs.
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