Jul 31, 2013 Sports Comments Off on King’s Jewellery World on board with Guyana Amazon Warriors
Renowned Guyanese jeweller King’s Jewellery World has come on board as a sponsor for the Guyana Amazon Warriors for the inaugural Limacol CPL which bowled off yesterday in Barbados.
The official announcement was made by Director of Guyana Amazon Warriors franchise, Mr. Ravie Ramcharitar. The signing of the agreement was done by Mr. Harrinand Persaud, one of the proprietors of King’s Jewellery World, which is a family-owned business.
Mr. Ramcharitar indicated that, “The Guyana Amazon Warriors are proud to have such a prominent Guyanese name on board. A name that we know represents all-round excellence.”
It is no secret that cricketers who come to play in Guyana often purchase cricket bands from King’s for themselves and loved ones, as the name ‘King’s’ is one synonymous with quality jewellery. Each piece of jewellery created by King’s is handcrafted out of the highest quality Guyanese gold and precious stones certified by internationally trained gemologists.
King’s Jewellery World has several locations, with its headquarters located at Quamina Street, Georgetown. It also has a duty-free shop at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport, for those Guyanese and tourists who wish to take a precious piece of Guyana with them when they leave our beautiful country.
Having signed on as a sponsor, Kings Jewellery World will be featured on the helmets of the Guyana Amazon Warriors as they battle in all their matches.
Mr. Harrinand Persaud said “we at King’s are excited to be a part of such a big Caribbean event and are honoured to be a sponsor of the Guyana Amazon Warriors. We bring with us the hope that our sponsorship can aptly contribute towards the excellent performance of the Warriors as they embark an exciting journey in a few days.”
Also present were Mr. Dwayne Lovell, representative of the Guyana Amazon Warriors Management Team.
Limacol CPL matches will be held in Guyana today, Friday and Sunday.
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