Batelco sponsors Ramadan tent
Manama, August 24, 2011
Batelco, the leading telecommunication company in Bahrain, said it has sponsored a number of Ramadan events at several venues including the tent at the Gulf Hotel as part of its corporate social responsibility.
The company has also provided a number of great prizes which the hotel raffles for its customers every week.
Commenting on the sponsorship, Batelco group general manager, media relations, Ahmed Al Janahi said: “Batelco is very pleased to align itself with the long established luxury hotel which has been an icon in the country for many years.”
“Ramadan is a very special time in Bahrain’s calendar and we therefore strive to support a varied range of activities that add value for our customers and all residents of Bahrain,” Al Janahi added.-TradeArabia News Service
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