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VIVA hosts honorary dinner for Kuwait Football Team’s win
November 16, 2014, 2:50 pm

VIVA, Kuwait’s fastest-growing and most developed telecom operator, organized an honorary dinner following the Kuwaiti national football team’s victory against the Iraqi team 1-0 in their Group B encounter at Prince Faisal Bin Fahad Stadium on Friday evening.

The honorary dinner took place in Riyadh, and was attended by H.E. Sheikh Dr. Talal Al Fahad Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, Kuwait Football Association (KFA) Chairman and Chairman of the National Olympic Committee along with the KFA management and VIVA's Chief Executive Officer, Eng. Salman Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Badran.

VIVA affirms its support of the Kuwait National Football team that will participate in the 22nd edition of the 2014 Gulf Cup of Nations. VIVA’s partnership reflects the company’s strategy to support youth activities in general, and sports in particular, as part of its social corporate program developed to promote awareness and raise the level of interest in sports.

Since the company’s inception, VIVA has made tremendous efforts to support the sports sector, and will continue to help expand the sports movement and encourage the journey of Kuwait national Football teams in regional and international games so the name of VIVA becomes synonymous with all Kuwaiti national football teams.

VIVA’s sponsorship of the Kuwait national football team reiterates its active participation in Kuwait society as part of its support to youth and sports. In light of its strong belief in the importance of the sports sector and in line with its values of transparency, energy and added value, VIVA seeks to meet the needs of its clients and communicate effectively with the various segments of society, especially the youth. VIVA is also committed to supporting their sports activities, and fostering competitiveness in the Kuwait sports sector both locally and internationally.

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