Umniah, Jordan Speed Centre renew tie-up
Amman, August 18, 2010
Umniah, a leading telecom operator in Jordan, and Jordan Speed Center, a professional outdoor racing arena, recently renewed their partnership for the third consecutive year.
As per the agreement, Jordan Speed Center will provide Umniah’s employees and subscribers with special offers on specific days allowing them to enjoy numerous activities at the center.
Both parties will promote their partnership through specific advertisements that enable Umniah to keep the center’s visitors abreast with its latest offers and activities.
The partnership will also include arrangements for some joint activities and events.
“The renewal of this agreement reflects our positive relationship with the Jordan Speed Center, which has allowed us as a company and as employees to deepen our belonging to sports in general and to karting in particular,” said Ihab Hinnawi, Umniah’s CEO.
“We hope that our partnership will bring new heights of success, confirming the importance of developing the athletic abilities of our youth and encouraging the spirit of good sportsmanship.”
Al Bitar, CEO of the Jordan Speed Center, said: “There is no doubt that our partnership with Umniah enriches our operations, as Umniah enjoys a reputation for organizing engaging social activities that involve members of the community, and is known for its belonging to youth and sports.”
“We hope that by working together as a team we are able to empower youth to take up karting as an increasingly popular sport and become aware of its safe practices,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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