Spartan Fiji partners with Walesi for exposure

Spartan Fiji partners with Walesi for exposure

By Rashika Kumar
Friday 01/09/2023
[Image: Supplied]

Walesi PTE Limited is partnering with Spartan Fiji to bring the first-ever Spartan event to the breathtaking landscape and lush countryside of Fiji.

Spartan Fiji is a branch of the globally acclaimed Spartan Race, known for organising obstacle course events that test participants' strength, endurance, and determination.

Walesi says the Spartan Trifecta Weekend is a testament to the country's resilience and a perfect opportunity to showcase its event hosting capabilities and diverse tourism offerings.

They say Walesi PTE Limited and Spartan Fiji aim to uplift and empower Fijian society, both educationally and socially, through this exhilarating and unforgettable experience.

Spartan Fiji Managing Director Chris Heverin says Walesi PTE Limited has signed up with Spartan Fiji, as their media partner, providing them with the exposure for the talents and event on the Digital Billboards and social media.

Walesi CEO Sanjay Maharaj says the partnership between Walesi and Spartan Fiji is a testament to their commitment to the people of Fiji.

He says they believe in the transformative power of sports and adventure in uplifting individuals and communities.

Maharaj says by supporting the first-ever Spartan event to Fiji, we aim to provide an unforgettable experience for participants while also showcasing the beauty and hospitality of our nation.

The event is anticipated to attract a diverse audience of locals and international visitors, offering an economic boost to the region and supporting local businesses, accommodations, and tour operators.

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