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Afrimalt supports 'Man Ghana 2012'

By GNA

Accra, Oct. 4, GNA – Berbiye Ventures, dealers in Afrimalt – a new non alcoholic drink in Ghana, has rolled out a sponsorship package worth 4,000ghc to support the upcoming National Bodybuilding Championship, “The Man Ghana 2012” scheduled for October 13, at the rlg Hathiramani Sports Hall of the Accra Sports Stadium.

The package includes, 2,000ghc and products worth 2,000ghc for the successful organization of the nation's biggest Bodybuilding Championship in Ghana.

Felix Berbiye, Chief Executive Officer of Berbiye Ventures, said that the donation was his outfits contribution to the support of the Man Ghana Bodybuilding Championship.

He described Afrimalt as a very healthy product, rich in vitamin B, calcium and magnesium, which are important ingredients for bodybuilders to develop a solid physique hence “they are very glad to associate themselves for such a product with "the Man Ghana 2012”.

Divine Atiemo, General Manager of Berbiye Ventures, said their contribution is also part of efforts to develop lesser known sports like bodybuilding and commended the Ghana Bodybuilding and Fitness Association (GBFA) for working hard over the years to develop the sport.

He revealed that, his outfit will form partnership with GBFA to support their activities next year.

Abdul-Hayye Yartey expressed appreciation to the company for their support and appealed to other companies to come to their aid.

GNA

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