Organising Committee for the 38th Fiji Bitter Marist 7s takes team incentives to another level

Today the 38th Fiji Bitter Marist 7s once again have partnered with another strong and vibrant brand to make the biggest 7s event in Fiji an event worth waiting for.

In acknowledging Pacific Energy as the Official Fuel provider and associate partner for the 38th Fiji Bitter Marist 7s event, the President and Chairman of the Marist Rugby Club Mr Lawrence Tikaram said he would like to personally thank the commitment and support shown by CEO Mr Richard Champion and his Pacific Energy team for coming on board. They are absolutely fantastic and exciting partners.

Lawrence Tikaram. Photo: MARGARET NAQIRI.

Lawrence Tikaram. Photo: MARGARET NAQIRI.

Its corporate associate sponsors like this that creates value to event?s like the Fiji Bitter Marist 7s. They have been our partners now for three years in a row.

We are delighted to know that Pacific Energy who is strategically located all over Fiji shares the same values with us in promoting and engaging with grass roots consumers.

Majority of teams will walk away with $50 fuel vouchers and as majority of our teams have come from rural villages from all over Fiji, this is an added bonus to help them minimise their fuel travelling cost with their transport suppliers. It?s a great way of getting their Products into the hands of the people that matter the most and this is just another way the organising committee works to add values to teams and sponsors. Pacific Energy is a great Partner to promote grass roots Rugby.

As Pacific Energy continues to raise its level of service to engage with its customers and expand in Fiji with their new state of the art site in Laucala Beach Estate ,so does the Marist Rugby Club, as we get to engage more with our teams at grass root levels.

We are delighted and honoured to have an international brand leader in our own South Pacific like Pacific Energy, partner with us and we look forward to more corporate companies supporting us now and in the future.

This year?s event is shaping to be one of the best and most competitive with many new rural village teams coming into participate.

This is what the Fiji Bitter Marist 7s is all about ? Grass roots rugby at its best as we start ?The Search for Rio?.

Tournament Coordinator Mr Koli Korovulavula says that this year?s draws will be exciting as many new local rural village clubs are coming in for the very first time. Stay tuned for more we get closer.

Tickets will be on sale soon from the Fiji Sports Council with $7 flat for Friday 7th of March and Saturday 8th March $12 for grandstands and $ 5 flat for embankment and grounds.

Additional twenty (20) teams will be announced in today?s Associate Partner Launch in Suva

PRESS RELEASE

First 20 twenty teams to qualify in the 38th Fiji Bitter Marist 7s 2014

1. TOKATOKA RESORT WESTFIELD BABAS-

2. PRISONS GOLD

3. EXPRESS OFFICE LTD RFMF

4. CK EZI BUY TABADAMU

5. LOMAIVITI BABAS

6. FIRST LANDING TALE BABAS

7. POLICE NATIONAL

8. HIDEAWAY HURRICANES

9. NAWAKA

10. MARIST1

11. MARIST2

12. MARIST 3 SERUA

13. UPRISING RUGBY

14. ST THERESA RUGBY (SAVUSAVU)

15. LAUCALA BEACH RUGBY CLUB

16. SHIPPING SERVICES SUVA STALLIONS

17. BABALE RUGBY TEAM- (YASAWA)

18. VUNISAIKI KULA- (VUSASIVO VILLAGE NATEWA BAY VANUALEVU)

19. COASTAL SIGATOKA YOUNG BOYS

20. DUAVATA RUGBY CLUB BURERUA