The Accra based giant organization has now become the major influential opinion as far the organization of basketball event in the country is concerned.
The private-owned company has broken new grounds for the hugely talk-about Sprite Ball championship among Senior High Schools in the country, the Milo Junior Ball for basic schools, Community Dunks for the deprived in the communities, Legon Dunks (an inter-halls basketball competition among the various halls at the University of Ghana) and the expected Universities and Colleges Basketball competition set to hit the ground running later in the year.
The award of the right to the company to organize the competition for the first time has underline one thing. The fact that the organizers have imposed great confidence in the ability of the company to pull another masterstroke to it plenitude of previous successes and also to add a professional touch to the 20th edition of the competition.
‘This is great feeling to be directly part of the GUSA games for the first time and we are happy that we are going to bring our wealth of experience to bear in this year’s competition’. Chief Executive Officer of Rite Multimedia, Yaw Sakyi Afari told basketballghana.com
‘We are grateful to the authorities for the confidence reposed in us and we are sure to deliver a first class organization in this year’s competition and underline our credentials as the leaders in the development and promotion in the game’.
The 2010 Milo GUSA games is brought to you by Milo – the energy food drink of future champions and powered Rite Multimedia, leaders in basketball development and promotion in Ghana.