SP Brewery came to the aid of the Tolai Warwagira Mask Festival with K10, 000.00 for the event.
Regional Sales Manager for the New Guinea Islands Richard Baul presented the cheque in Kokopo last week for the four day event that started on Wednesday and ended on Sunday the 20th of July.
SP Brewery has always been a strong supporter of provincial cultural shows with the Warwagira Mask Festival, its biggest in the New Guinea Islands region.
SP Brewery was proud to host the Heineken Family that recently visited Papua New Guinea as part of their Asia Pacific tour.
Since acquiring SP Brewery’s parent company, Asia Pacific Breweries in 2012, the visit was to gather first hand information on the progress of SP Brewery in 2014.
Charlene Heineken de Cavarlho, the only child of Alfred Heineken visited SP Brewery with her husband Michel and youngest son Charles.
The highlight of their visit was a courtesy call on the Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Peter O’Neil...
The South Pacific Export PNG Pukpuk 7s team was told last week to be ambassadors of the sport. In wishing them the best in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, SP Brewery’s Managing Director Stan Joyce, encouraged the team to show good sportsmanship and to play their best.
The team left last Saturday for Glasgow. Pictured is the Managing Director with the South Pacific Export PNG Pukpuk 7s.
SP Brewery is proud to be associated with the Westpac Outstanding Women Awards for the fourth consecutive year. The Westpac Awards is the appropriate tool to promote the efforts of women in the Public and Private sectors.
SP Brewery congratulates Westpac Bank for staging these Awards, giving recognition to women who continuously contribute to the development of Papua New Guinea. As part of Heineken, SP Brewery has a social obligation and maintains its strong partnership with sports and other community-based activities.
SP Brewery is proud to be supporting events and festivals that continue to display, preserve and promote PNG’s unique cultural heritage.
To uphold this commitment, K5000.00 was presented to assist with the Melanesian Festival of Arts & Culture. Pictured is Wilson Thompson of the National Cultural Commission receiving the cheque from SP Brewery’s Sponsorship and Events Manager Abigail Popoitai.
The official opening of the Melanesian Arts and Culture Festival is scheduled for Saturday 28th June in Port Moresb
Giving prominence to our elite athletes has always been a basic sponsorship pillar for SP Brewery since we started our partnership with the PNG Olympic Committee almost six decades ago.
Earlier this week K100, 000.00 was presented to assist with PNG’s participation in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in July and the Youth Olympics in China in August.
Our involvement with Sport has expanded significantly, we recently hosted the 22nd SP Sports Awards as well as have injected K4 million into the 2015 Pacific...
Patrick Johnson was in Port Moresby last weekend for the SP Sports Awards. Australia’s ‘fastest man’ also took time to meet PNG’s aspiring athletes.
Although he had a busy schedule last Saturday, Johnson called in to meet PNG’s athletes who will be competing at the Pacific Games. He shared his experiences on what preparations they need to follow to maintain a consistent high level in their respective sport.
He then visited a group of youngsters that make up the Port Moresby Athletics club and gave a few...
SP Brewery recently donated K15, 000.00 to the Milne Bay Disaster relief efforts. The donation will assist in the restoration activities in various areas of the province hit by Cyclone Ita.
In presenting the cheque Managing Director Stan Joyce said SP Brewery has continued to support the community and will provide assistance where needed.
Milne Bay Governor Titus Philemon thanked the company, adding that it was encouraging to see corporate companies like SP Brewery come forward with financial assistance.
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Australia’s ‘fastest man’ is coming to PNG as the guest speaker at this year’s SP Sports Awards that will be held on the 24th May in Port Moresby.
Patrick Johnson is a dual Olympian who grew up in the Far North Queensland, born on a speed boat and raised on a fishing trawler. He began his athletics career in 1996 at the Australian University Games in Canberra.
Johnson is the current Oceania and Australian record holder in the 100 meters with a time of 9.93 seconds achieved in Mito, Japan, on...
Kalem Richardson is the 2014 South Pacific Export Papua New Guinea Open winner.
Richardson claimed a one shot victory, after closing with an even par round of 72 to finish at four under, one shot ahead of Sam Brazel and Jared Pender. Pender came close to spoiling the party for Richardson, shooting a five under par 67, though a bogey five at the par four 17th would prove to be costly in the end.
The leaderboard changed throughout the day, though it would be an up and down for par from 60 metres out on the par four...