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Multi-sport games - 08 Dec 2004
With just two days to go before what promises to be the most impressive opening ceremony ever witnessed for an Arabian Gulf Cup tournament in its thirty four year history, QSi the marketing rights holders have ensured that the event will also be the most financially successful and the best sponsored event ever in the region.
Multi-sport games - 24 Nov 2004
QSi today surprised everybody tracking the progress of the 17th Arabian Gulf Cup, with a record breaking signing of a 5th Platinum Partner, Doha Bank. This was an unexpected announcement, as QSi had previously 'sold out' its Platinum sponsorship packages. The bank joins Etihad Airlines, Q-Tel, Toyota and QIC at the tournaments’ most prestigious level of sponsorship.
Multi-sport games - 28 Sep 2004
Premier Peter Beattie said today the Gold Coast will host one of the nation's biggest multi-sport contests in 2007, after Queensland won the hosting rights for two Australian University Games in three years.
Multi-sport games - 15 Jul 2004
Only yesterday, QSi the sports business development & marketing department of the Qatar National Olympic Committee signed its first two sponsors for the 17th Gulf Cup. Today it chalked up a ‘Hat Trick’ of sponsors in one week, when ‘Doha Insurance Company’ joined QSi’s 'Winning Gulf Cup Team'.
Multi-sport games - 14 Jul 2004
Only two months after winning the Marketing Rights to the 17th Gulf Cup for the very first time, QSi, the QNOC’s Marketing Department, has bagged two major sponsorships.
Multi-sport games - 14 Apr 2004
CHICAGO, IL - CHICAGO, IL – The Gay Games VII Sports Program has been expanded to feature five (5) new popular sports. Athletes will now be able to compete in Rugby, Darts, Flag Football (American style), Billiards (Pool) and DanceSport (Ballroom Dancing) at the Gay Games scheduled for 15-22 July 2006 in Chicago, U.S. The five new sports were selected after a thorough review of available venues, interest from potential competitors, the sports legacy of Gay Games I through VI, and financial via
Multi-sport games - 21 Oct 2003
Following the success of ESPN’s X Games in the US and internationally, we are now looking to develop X Games in Europe. As a result, we have an opportunity for a sponsorship sales person to build the brand through European based events.
Multi-sport games - 20 Oct 2003
The Delhi bid team for the 2010 Commonwealth Games launched their information web-site today. The site – www.cwgdelhi2010.com - which contains the specific details of the Delhi bid proposal including its original bid document and first update newsletter, has been established to allow the Indian population and other supporters of the Delhi bid to be kept up to date as the final vote approaches.
Multi-sport games - 09 Oct 2003
The offices of the Indian Olympic Association and the Delhi bid team for the 2010 Commonwealth Games were celebrating and exuding optimism today after receiving the Report of the Games Evaluation Commission for the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
Multi-sport games - 05 Aug 2002
With one day to go, the Commonwealth Games in Manchester is set to become the biggest and most successful sporting event in the UK. Sports enthusiasts across the UK and local residents will reap the benefits of a legacy of sports facilities and a first-rate cooperation between key public services - police, transport and local and national government - and visitors and residents.
Multi-sport games - 18 Jul 2001
Confectionary giant Cadbury will be the official sponsor of the Queen’s Jubilee Baton Relay that is to be carried across the Commonwealth and UK by 5,000 runners in 2002 before being presented to HM the Queen at the Games Opening Ceremony in Manchester next year.
Multi-sport games - 12 Mar 2001
To celebrate 500 days to go and Commonwealth Day (March12th), a revamped Games website will capture a network of worldwide web users with the launch of a new look Manchester 2002 site on www.commonwealthgames.com
Multi-sport games - 12 Feb 2001
Turner Network Television (TNT) will present 83 hours of original programming from the 2001 Goodwill Games in Brisbane, Australia, 55 hours (66%) of which will be live. In addition to the 12 straight days of live coverage, TNT will also air an additional 37 hours of encore performances, giving the network a total of 120 hours of competition and 31 hours in prime time. The announcement was made today by Turner Sports President Mark Lazarus.
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