PRESS RELEASE – As the World Cup fever heats up Super J IGA continues its thrust to support community football.
For the last three years the company has been working with the Boboville Sports Club, which hails from Marchand, to outfit the team of young persons and equip them with the tools needed to play the game.
Members of the club, which includes both boys and girls, accompanied by coaches and parents, were very excited to receive Super J IGA’s contribution for 2014.
Coach Herman Emile says the programme is geared towards not just teaching football skills but good character and life skills as well. He says although the club is still very young and is taking time to develop, he is heartened by the investments of confidence and resources from Super J IGA.
Divisional Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications Sariah Best-Joseph made the presentation of football boots, balls, uniforms and other essentials to the team. She gave the assurance that Super J IGA has placed the long-term development of the young club as one of its priorities. She encouraged the management and the team to keep the positive momentum and work towards the betterment of the team and the community as well.
Coach Emile has encouraged the kids to better understand the purpose of the club and what he views as the sacrifices being made by all parties (coaches and parents) to ensure that they can achieve their full potential.
The Boboville Sports club caters to young persons ranging from ages five to 18.
Over the years more and more parents have been getting involved with the club’s activities after seeing the positive impact that it has on their children.