VivaCell-MTS enters into sponsorship agreement with Hatis Yerevan Basketball Club
December 15, 2009 - 20:14 AMTPanARMENIAN.Net - VivaCell-MTS has entered into a one-year sponsorship agreement with Armenia's famous Hatis Yerevan Basketball Club. This was announced today during a press conference and official signing ceremony held at VivaCell-MTS Headquarters, presided by VivaCell-MTS General Manager Ralph Yirikian, the Chairman of Armenian Basketball Federation and Hatis board member Hrachya Rostomyan and Arthur Minasyan, another member of Hatis board.
VivaCell-MTS' sponsorship will enable the Hatis Basketball Club to successfully continue the administration of a formidable team to meet the challenges of the future. The legendary Hatis team has had an impeccable record of success and is a subject of pride for the whole nation. VivaCell-MTS, sport's partner, believes that as a responsible Company caring for Armenia's future, it is necessary to look beyond other important sport activities it has supported so far and elevate the status of basketball so as to win international laurels in 2010 and in the next years to come.
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