KFC headline sponsor for national volleyball tournament

 

KFC, the renowned fast-food brand known for its finger-licking good chicken, is thrilled to announce its partnership as the headline sponsor for the 2023 National Volleyball League. This exciting collaboration represents a commitment to supporting the growth of volleyball and fostering a vibrant sports community nationwide.

The tournament, hosted by the Dominica Amateur Volleyball Association, is sponsored by Trading International Group through its KFC and Do It Center divisions. Marsha Augustine, Marketing Specialist at KFC, emphasized the importance of this tournament for athletes.

“Our support extends beyond financial contribution. It is our commitment to encouraging an inclusive and supportive environment where athletes, regardless of their background, can thrive and showcase their extraordinary talent. We firmly believe in empowering the next generation of volleyball players and nurturing their growth both on and off the court”.

As the headline sponsor, KFC recognizes the immense significance of this tournament, not just as a thrilling sporting event, but as a platform that unites communities, ignites passions, and inspires the pursuit of greatness.

“Through our partnership, we aim to contribute to the growth and development of this magnificent sport, while creating a spirit of camaraderie and healthy competition.”

The National Volleyball League, fueled by the partnership with KFC, is set to deliver an outstanding season filled with exhilarating matches, fierce rivalries, and unforgettable moments of triumph.

Volleyball enthusiasts can look forward to an action-packed tournament that will captivate audiences nationwide.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Marie
    June 28, 2023

    Why is this company allowed to sponsor, of all things, sports events. Just look at the photo, look at the people, that’s what KFC and other junk food outlets do to our people. The Lebanese are laughing and counting their money.

  2. Indie John Baptiste
    June 27, 2023

    This is wonderful news. Thank you again, KFC!

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