Naydith Events Hirage supports Samoa 2019 XVI Pacific Games
The Pacific Games Office is excited to announce and welcome on board Naydith Events Hirage as a Gold Sponsor for the Samoa 2019 XVI Pacific Games.
The announcement was made by the Chairman of the Games Organising Committee, Loau Solamalemalo Keneti Sio at a brief signing ceremony earlier today.
"It gives me great pleasure to announce this wonderful partnership and support from Naydith Events Hirage, a company that is well known for its services, specialising in government and corporate events, commemorations and weddings.
"We are blessed to have you on board our family of sponsors. As you are well aware, we have been searching for support in many ways to ensure that we host a successful Games in July, and the assistance you have provided today will go a long way in making sure we do just that."
(L-R) Olotoi Joseph Faolotoi and Auimatagi Henry Faolotoi, who are both Operations Managers and Directors of Naydith Events Hirage with the Chairman and CEO of the Pacific Games at the signing earlier today.
At the signing, Operations Manager and Director, Olotoi Joseph Faolotoi spoke on behalf of Naydith to reiterate their support for the Games. He also acknowledged the Government and the Pacific Games Office for its commitment towards the preparations for Samoa 2019.
"I would firstly like to acknowledge the great efforts put in by the Government of Samoa and the Pacific Games Office in organising and preparing everything for Samoa to host the Games in July," said Olotoi.
"Naydith Events Hirage is here to support. Our hope is that the support we provide fits well into the planning set up by the Organising Committee and the Pacific Games Office and may God bless the remaining preparations for the Games."
Naydith Events Hirage is a family business. Established in 1992, Naydith provides a wide range of services for events ranging from weddings to government events and reunions.
Their sponsorship package is valued at $500,000 and will be providing venue overlay equipment for the Games.