Pink South Pacific Limited is now an Official Bronze Sponsor for the Sol2023 Pacific Games.
The Sol2023 Pacific Games Organizing Committee (GOC) made the formal announcement of the sponsorship (in kind) valued at $500,000 (SBD) at the newly built Aquatic Centre at Sports City in Honiara today.
As part of the partner-sponsorship, Pink South Pacific has been granted exclusive rights as the Official Pest, Hygiene, and Infection Control Specialist Partner for the Sol2023 Pacific Games. The partnership also highlights the company’s dedication to enhancing the overall experience and safety of the Games.
Speaking at the event, Pink South Pacific Managing Director, Malcolm Trotter said, “Our company is thoroughly prepared for the Sol2023 Pacific Games, and our Bronze sponsorship provides an excellent platform for our staff to demonstrate their skills and actively contribute to the Games’ success.
“Our goal is to share our staff’s expertise with the event’s facilities and maintain unwavering support for athletes throughout the Games.
“Furthermore, our expectation for the Games is to consistently deliver top-tier services, adhering to the successful procedures we have implemented for our past customers,” Mr Trotter said.
GOC Chairman Martin Rara praised Pink South Pacific Limited for their valuable support.
“We are very happy and excited to have Pink South Pacific on board to stand alongside GOC and deliver a memorable Sol2023 Games.
“Your support and involvement are a blessing, not only to the GOC and our preparations but most importantly, to provide a professional hygiene pest and pool management which is crucial at this stage. Your involvement is very important for the duration of two weeks is truly needed for the Games,” Mr. Rara said.
Solo, the Sol2023 Pacific Games Mascot made a surprise visit to sum up today’s sponsorship event, gracing the poolside with its charm, blowing kisses, sharing hugs – bringing joy, laughter and smiles to wrap up the event.
Meanwhile Pink South Pacific also generously donated an automated external defibrillator (AED) and successfully installed it at the Honiara Domestic and International Arrivals Terminal in June of this year.