WJ En­ter­prise on­board with Guyana Soft­ball Cup 8

Stabroek News Sunday - - SPORT -

Or­gan­is­ers of the Guyana Soft­ball Cup 8 re­ceived cor­po­rate back­ing from Re­gent Street store, WJ En­ter­prise, to en­sure the three-day tour­na­ment, WJ En­ter­prise rep Teresa Naraine pre­sent­ing GFSCA of­fi­cials with her com­pany’s con­tri­bu­tion. which con­cludes to­day is a suc­cess.

The com­pany made its con­tri­bu­tion dur­ing a sim­ple hand­ing over cer­e­mony, with rep­re­sen­ta­tive Teresa Naraine ex­press­ing how de­lighted the estab­lish­ment was in sup­port­ing the premier soft­ball cricket event in Guyana.

Pres­i­dent of the Guyana Flood­lights Soft­ball Cricket As­so­ci­a­tion, Ram­c­hand Rag­beer, said the or­gan­is­ing body was ex­tremely grate­ful for the sup­port of com­pa­nies like WJ En­ter­prise.

He noted that cor­po­rate sup­port was cru­cial in help­ing to run off a tour­na­ment of the mag­ni­tude of the Guyana Soft­ball Cup.

Teams from Guyana, New York, Canada and Florida are cur­rently in Guyana to com­pete for soft­ball supremacy in the Amer­i­cas.

The tour­na­ment, which started on Fri­day, has re­ceived cor­po­rate sup­port from Stag Beer, Ru­bis Guyana, Tro­phy Stall, Steve’s Jew­ellery, Clear Waters, Busta, Ro­han Auto Spares, A&R Je­wan­ram Prin­tery, WJ En­ter­prise, Mike’s Phar­macy, Ram­c­hand Auto Spares, Karibee Rice and Sur­vival Group of Busi­ness.

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