Sep 29, 2020 Sports
In a release to the media, Cadet Officer Khalifa Hale, who is the founder of the Haledino Sports Initiative, which is about large scale job creation to benefit investors through franchise sports, gave an update on the progress being made with his proposal.
According to the release, a total of six businesses and over a dozen business persons have expressed their intention to own their own franchise in the various disciplines which will lead to over 330 jobs being virtually created.
The disciplines that investors have shown most interest in are cricket, football, basketball and volleyball.
It is important to note, that athletes and potential athletes should follow these updates closely as the number of potential jobs created increases, they should start preparing themselves both mentally and physically for employment in which every discipline to be ready to compete as competitions will be fierce and this will be the platform for athletes and potential athletes talent to be exported.
Athletes will be required to be registered under the various associations/federation before being contracted under any franchise which will have rules, since a high level of discipline is required for all sports.
The correspondence also indicated that parents should also follow the developments since there will be an opportunity soon for young athletes to earn regularly.
Hale wrote that potential investors should be reminded that this initiative offers government incentives, such as tax waivers, concessions, lease of land for the sport development among others to reduce the operating expense.
The West Indies sports complex, Dyna’s Embroidery, I Aniroud Stationeries and Office Supply, Phillip Boxes, S&N Laundry Room as well as a host of citizens have endorsed or supported this initiative.
While it is clear that sports is not about to commence anytime soon this initiative can be the beginning of its return.
For more information contact 665-4828 or 6107886 or email [email protected]
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