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Afghanistan Cricket Board and the Kam Air signed a Sponsorship agreement for the Sri Lanka series. The agreement was signed today in an event organized in ACB which was attended by top management officials from both organizations.
In addition to the sponsorship agreement, a contract for the use of Kam Air’s corporate tickets account was also signed between both parties, through which the ACB will be able to book corporate tickets in Kam Air Airline when needed.
Kam Air is considered to be ACB’s third business partner, after Super Cola and Rario, to provide ACB with financial support (in different categories) for the Sri Lanka series.
Mr. Mirwais Ashraf, the ACB Chairman appreciated the cooperation between both entities and expressed pleasure in being associated with another national business entity. “We have good experience in working with Kam Air in the past, they have always been supportive toward AfghanAtalan, for which we are grateful. We are looking forward to working with them for a longer-terms in the future”. Mirwais added.
Mr. Attila Kamgar, the Vice President of Kam Air, also expressed his gratitude for being part of the agreement and marked this as a new beginning of the continuous partnership between both national organizations. “It’s an honor for us to extend our financial support to the Afghanistan National Team. Kam Air is proud to work closely with the ACB and we are hopeful to maintain our positive relations and move forward together for a longer period in the future”.
As per the agreement, the Afghanistan Cricket Board will be able to use Kam Air’s corporate tickets account for its domestic and overseas assignments, and all the national players and the ACB staff will be provided first-class facilities during traveling abroad.