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Asco Motors donates $30,000 worth of school road safety equipment to primary schools

Asco Motors donates $30,000 worth of school road safety equipment to primary schools

By Rashika Kumar
Friday 26/06/2020
The Asco Foundation donating school road safety equipment to one of the schools. [image: Asco Motors Fiji]

The Asco Foundation has donated 40 sets of school road safety equipment packs worth over $30,000 to primary schools all over the country.

These items include cones, reflective vests and other school patrol equipment, which they distributed to schools upon their requests.

Asco Motors CEO and Director and Asco Foundation Trustee, Craig Sims says helping to assist improving road safety, in and around schools is one of the Asco Foundation’s main priorities.

He says they are pleased to be able to help protect the lives of school children all across Fiji and they sincerely hope these physical traffic and safety equipment will prevent future accidents.

Trustee representative Ronald Kumar says the foundation will continue to provide assistance to the most vulnerable in the society and has plans to carry out more activities in the months ahead.

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