UniOcean Sponsor The Big Match
UniOcean Lines have recently confirmed their joint sponsorship of the Fence Club’s bi-annual charity football match, which is being held in Hong Kong in January.
The event pits a team of 11 Toy Importers against a Hong Kong Club Select XI and is being sponsored by Uniocean Lines, in conjunction with UK representative Uniserve.
The Fence Club is a Charity founded by members of the Toy Trade. It raises money for a wide range of children’s charities including Hospices, Handicapped Children and Autistic Children. The 45 members of The Club raise the money through Dining Functions, Golf Days and personal giving.
Steve Ireland – UniOcean Lines Managing Director – commented “UniOcean Lines are very proud to be associated with this event and as sponsors, we are looking forward to a competitive, but friendly, match.”
“As a 21st century, technologically advanced carrier, with a long history in providing carrier services to major retailers from the region, we are delighted to see the competition return every year. The Fence Club raise important funds for a wide range of children’s charities and we are honoured to continue to support such a worthy cause.”
INTERNATIONAL TOY TRADE XI
HONG KONG FOOTBALL CLUB SELECT XI
Tuesday 9th January 2018. Entrance from 6pm, Kick off 6.30pm.
Ticket Price £115.00 per person, including dinner, drinks and disco.
If you require tickets for the event, or would like to donate to the Fence Club, please contact Steve by emailing email@example.com.
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