Courts Guyana Inc. yesterday publicly displayed its support for this weekend’s Boyce & Jefford Track and Field Classic V with an in-store presentation of a $300,000 cheque at the Store’s Main Street Branch.
The Track and Field Classic, which will be held this Saturday and Sunday in Linden has become Guyana’s premier athletics event, and has had the support of the furniture giants from the inception five years ago.
Courts’ Media Officer, Trudy Abrams pointed out that their willingness to promote comfortable ways of living has caused the well-known furniture and appliance company to continue to fund the Boyce/Jefford Track and Field Classic.
“This Organisation (Boyce/Jefford) has quickly become friends of Courts, and this is something we are very happy to be associated with… it gives our athletes a chance to compete, and as you know competition brings out the best,” Abrams said.
“Courts is about having a comfortable and healthy living environment and sport is one of those ways to do so. This year it is going to have more international competition and we are expecting a lot of excitement and good performances,” she continued.
One Coordinator of the Track and Field Classic, Edison Jefford was grateful for the continued support of a top brand such as Courts.
“We are happy that our track meet can be associated with the magnitude of this company, there will be good competition and all this is built into a very interesting package. We will have some of the best results this weekend,” Jefford noted, while thanking Courts.
The two day event that will provide in excess of two million dollars to clubs and athletes will see 46 total events over the course of the weekend.
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