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Coca-Cola Games dedicated to all front-liners

Coca-Cola Games dedicated to all front-liners

By Naveel Krishant
Friday 09/04/2021
Coca-Cola’s Marketing Manager Lawrence Tikaram.

This year’s Coca-Cola Games will be dedicated to all the frontline workers who have worked hard to ensure Fiji is COVID contained.

Coca-Cola’s Marketing Manager Lawrence Tikaram says it is with their efforts they are able to host an event of this magnitude.

Tikaram says the Coke Games will become a beacon of hope to those who are battling COVID and look to Fiji and see how well we can return to life under the new normal.

He says the Coke Games is about respect, love, diversity, unity and sharing the success of the athletes.

The Coke Games will be held from the 22nd to the 24th of this month at the ANZ Stadium.

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