Zain honors National Jet Ski team champions
Zain, the leading telecommunications company in Kuwait, honored Kuwait’s National Jet Ski team champions, during a special honoring ceremony held in its main headquarters at Shuwaikh. The event came after the team achieved 10 titles during their participation in the recently concluded World Jet Ski Championship held in the United States, as the company is the main sponsor of the team for the sixth consecutive year.
Zain’s honoring ceremony witnessed the attendance of the company’s officials who personally honored the team champions for their national achievement as well as for their optimum performance during their international participations.
The company stressed that shedding light on the achievements of local talents is a top priority, and its main sponsorship of the team for the sixth consecutive year is in line with Zain’s commitment towards Kuwaiti athletes, which resembles the company’s endless confidence of the competencies of these young champions and their capabilities in excelling in different fields.
It is worth noting that Zain participated in the welcoming ceremony held in Kuwait Airport’s Honoring Hall where many of the team’s sponsors and supporting organizations attended. The company expressed its keenness on encouraging Kuwaiti athletes to represent Kuwait in the various internationally renowned championships.
As a leading telecommunications company in Kuwait, Zain is constantly looking to identify and support excellence across the sports sector. The company will continue to put Kuwaiti National teams and individual athletes at the forefront of its priorities and pledges to continue motivating them to achieve all the recognition they deserve.
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