Jul 31, 2013 Sports Comments Off on E-Networks continues support for Boyce & Jefford Classic IV
Wireless Communication, Broadband and Internet Television Company, E-Networks presented a cheque yesterday to the Boyce & Jefford Track and Field Classic IV, which signalled clear intent to continue their support of the mega athletics championship.
E-Networks, in making the presentation, said that the company was pleased to be a major part of the meet that is aimed at developing a prestigious platform for athletes in Guyana. E-Networks is no stranger to supporting local sport, especially motor racing.
The company had initially partnered with the track and field meet when it was launched in 2010, and has signalled every intention to remain a sponsor after disclosing its support for the fourth year
The fourth edition of the meet will be held at the Police Sports Club Ground, Eve Leary, August 17 with the Heats and three finals and MSC Ground, Linden on August 18 with all under finals, beginning at 2pm and continues under floodlights.
In accepting the sponsorship, Co-Chairman of the Management Committee for the Boyce/Jefford Classic, Edison Jefford said that E-Networks continue to show its commitment to the vision that started the meet four years ago with its unwavering support.
Jefford said that such efforts enable the Management Committee to continue to push for athletic development in Guyana. Jefford and Colin Boyce are the founders of the meet that has grown to become Guyana’s most lucrative athletics competition.
This year local athletes will be up against their Caribbean counterparts in four international races that features athletes from Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada and Suriname, as the Coordinators aim to raise the standard of local athletes and athletics in Guyana.
Meanwhile, Antarctic Maintenance and Repairs have also contributed to the fourth edition of the meet, joining a group of renowned sponsors that have already re-committed to the meet, which usually dolls out lucrative cash prizes for various awards.
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