TVS to sponsor award in Pokhara

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Pokhara Sports Award

Batas Brothers Director Bipendra Raj Batas (left) and NSJF Kaski President Keshav Pathak exhanging the Memorandum of Understanding in Pokhara on Sunday. Photo: THT

Pokhara, May 6

Batas Brothers Pvt Ltd and Kaski Coordination Committee of Nepal Sports Journalists Forum today signed a three-year sponsorship deal for the third Pokhara Sports Award slated for June 1.

Batas Brothers Director Bipendra Raj Batas and NSJF Kaski President Keshav Pathak signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) amidst a programme here today. As per the agreement, TVS Apache will be the title sponsor of the Pokhara Sports Award and Batas Brothers provide one each bike and scooter to the best male and female players.

Player of the Year (male) winner will get TVS Apache motorbike, while the Player of the Year (female) will receive a TVS Wego scooter. Batas Brothers Pvt Ltd is the authorised distributor of TVS company in the Gandaki-Dhaulagiri region.

Batas Brothers Director Batas said the company decided to join hands with NSJF Kaski for the cause of sports and athletes. “I had been following the award for last two years. We were convinced that the award has played an important role in the development of sports in the region,” said Batas.

NSJF Kaski President Pathak thanked Batas Brothers for joining hands for the Sports Award.

“We conducted the first two editions with support from our well wishers in the country and abroad. This year we have the support of Batas Brothers and we hope to get support from corporate houses in the years to come,” added Pathak.

The Pokhara Sports Award features six categories – male, female, emerging player, popular player, coach and lifetime achievement award. The coordination committee will also honour a sports journalist during the event.

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