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Trukai helps Fishing Titles reel in biggest catch

Trukai Industries has renewed its platinum sponsorship of K35, 000 to support the Game Fishing Association of  Papua New Guinea in Rabaul, East New Britain.

The highly anticipated annual PNG Game Fishing National Titles will be staged from March 18 to the 28th, 2016.
Speaking at the cheque presentation in Trukai’s Kokopo base, District Sales Manager, Amos Donno, said the
company is proud to support what has become not just local fishing’s centerpiece but a PNG institution.
“Trukai has been supporting the National Games Fishing Title for more than ten years and is proud to renew its’
platinum sponsorship this year. The Trukai brand promotes health and well-being, hence healthy eating and
living an active life, through sport, is encouraged.” Incorporating local and international anglers, the PNG National Game Fishing Titles have grown to ecome one  of the country’s largest annual sporting event since they were first held at Rabaul in 1976.The tournament
features a variety of different formats, which are spread across a week-long schedule.
As a naming sponsor of the popular shootout event, Trukai will not only organise the briefing and calcutta for  the competition, but also provide a bag of Trukai products to each angler who manages to catch a legal Billfish.
President of the Game Fishing Association, Tony Henderson, said he was delighted to have Trukai heavily  involved in the competition once more, following the success of previous years where it has acted as a sponsor.
“As the President of the association, I would like to sincerely thank Trukai Industries for continuing to support  this great event and the sport of Game Fishing in PNG,” he said.  “We look forward to meeting more members of the Trukai family during the Titles in Rabaul.” The 2016 PNG Game Fishing Titles will be held from Saturday March 19 until Sunday March 28.
“Trukai Industries would like to wish all the anglers good luck during the event. May the winds stay away and  the fish swim closer,” said Mr Donnos.

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