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Kia help for athletic champions Springer School

Principal of Springer Memorial School Pauline Benjamin, fourth from left, receives a cheque from Marketing Manager of McEnearneyQuality Inc. (MQI) Margaret Hoyte, right, in preparation for the defense of the title in this year’s championship.

Defending girls athletic champions Springer Memorial School have been given added muscle as they prepare to defend their title when the school athletics championships begin at the National Stadium next week.

The girls will wear Kia-branded apparel as local dealers McEnearneyQuality Inc. (MQI) has partnered with the school for the second year to assist them with the preparation for the annual battle for athletic supremacy among schools in Barbados.

Speaking to the media during a ceremony in the showroom of the multi-brand  auto dealership,  to hand over a cheque for the assistance the company;s Marketing Manager Margaret Hoyte said they were please once again to assist the school and lauded them for their athletic prowess and wished them well.

And in explaining the reason behind the choice of branding as athletes will all be wearing Kia-branded clothes in the school’s colour, Hoyte said it was as a result of Kia’s ‘Power to surprise’, and she expects the school to do well.

“The school needs help, in fact most of them do, and as we want to be good corporate citizens, it one way in which we can give to the community in which we operate and we at MQI are happy to be able to assist the school and wish them every success in the championship”, Hoyte noted.

The Marketing Manager said too, that MQI was also making an investment in the future of our island as it is among the youth that the future lies and urged more business to follow their lead and come to the assistance of the youth of the island.

But Hoyte short of making any prediction as to outcome of the championships or of a winner, all she would say is ‘good luck to all concerned’ and the wished for a clean and well contested affair.

School principal Pauline Benjamin in thanking McEnearneyQuality Inc. for the support for the second year, said the school needs the support if they are to maintain the high standards and levels of participation that everyone has come to expect from the school.

“It is not easy maintaining our standards and every year the competition gets tougher and this year is no different, but all praise must to the comitment of the teachers, the athletes and of course McEnearneyQuality Inc. who have listened us and are assisting us in our endeavours again this year”, the school principal explained.

The annual athletics championships will go into into its final stage at the National Stadium next week.

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