Clear Waters, Survival Group of Companies, Rubis and Steve’s Jewellery on board with…

first_imgThe Guyana Floodlights Softball Cricket Association (GFSCA) has officially launched the Guyana Softball Cup 8, set to be played 28 under floodlights in Georgetown and on the East Coast of Demerara from October 26th to 28.Deemed one of the biggest softball tournaments in the world, the tournament is being touted to be bigger than the Orlando Cup, the Fort Lauderhill Cup, the New York Cup and the Canadian Cup.The tournament will feature teams from New York and Florida, Guyana and Canada.The registration fee for competing in the Open category will remain at US$400, with the prize money set at US$4000; while the cost for registration to compete in the Masters (Over-45 and Over-50) is set at US$700. The prize moneys for the Masters’ categories are yet to be determined.Clear Waters, Rubis Gas, the Survival Group of Companies and Steve’s Jewellery are all set to continue their commitment to sponsorship of this tournament.Over the years, the sponsors have been integral in making this tournament the great sporting event that it is. Speaking with Guyana Times Sport, a representative of Clear Waters said, “For eight years now, we have been on board (in sponsoring this tournament), and we are more than happy to be on board. It is a great pleasure to work with the Organising Committee of the Guyana Cup. It has paid dividends for us as an initiative, and we can commit to having a future with this organisation”.Steve’s Jewellery would also be presenting the Most Valuable Player (MVP) for the three categories of the tournament with brand new gold and diamond pendants made of the finest Guyanese gold and diamonds; and the Survival Group of Companies would also be giving three lucky couples a chance to win a trip to Kaieteur and Orinduik Falls.Some of the sponsors on board thus far are ANSA McAL under its Lucozade, Stag and iCool Water brands; Mike’s Pharmacy; Rubis Guyana; Trophy Stall; Survival Group of Companies; A and R Jewanram Printery; Rohan Auto Spares; Steve’s Jewellery; Ramchand’s Auto Spares; Clear Waters; Busta; WJ Enterprise, and Nand Persaud & Company Limited. (Timothy Jaikarran)last_img

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