Malawi News Agency (Lilongwe)

11 February 2014

Malawi: Rab Processors Take Sunshine Soap to Zambezi Challenge Cup

Blantyre — Rab Processors, one of the leading manufacturing companies in Malawi, has taken advantage of the much awaited Zambezi Challenge Cup to showcase their products during football matches.

The bonanza is scheduled to be played on Saturday and Sunday where Big Bullets is taking on Mighty Wanderers and Silver Strikers will entertain Caps United of Zimbabwe in semi finals and the winning two teams in semi finals will meet in finals on Sunday.

Rab Processors Sales and Marketing Manager, Douglas Mandala, said the company is proud to be associated with the event which is taking place after almost a long time.

"We are announcing the sponsorship of Zambezi Cup through our brand Sunshine Soap. Being part of our corporate philosophy, the company has always engaged into partnerships for growing, nourishing and uplifting the nation.

"The Sponsorship of Zambezi Cup is one of such sponsorship. The events like this football tournament make our country's presence felt prominently on the African continent," Mandala said.

He added: "As part of sponsorship, Rab Processors are going to conduct a draw during the mid-times in all the games. In each of the draw, three lucky winners from the audience will be announced and will enjoy 'One month's Sunshine supply of soap'.

"Rab is also sponsoring the t-shirts for all the teams for their warm-ups and practice matches. All the players from local teams will be gifted with one carton of Sunshine Soap and a pack of Rab Processors goodies."

Zambezi Challenge Cup has been organized by Top Sport, an event managing company which has promised to reward teams whose supporters will have behaved well throughout the matches.

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