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Cricket Namibia: Driving success with Pupkewitz Toyota

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Photo Credit: Cricket Namibia

Cricket Namibia is excited with the arrival of two brand new bakkies sponsored by our trusted vehicle partner, Pupkewitz Toyota. Our sponsored Pupkewitz Toyota vehicles have already made a significant impact, facilitating our operations and contributing to the success of our upcoming projects, including the development of our cricket stadium for the 2027 World Cup.

The bakkies assigned to our CEO and Head Curator, have proven invaluable. Our CEO moves seamlessly between meetings, towns and engagements, ensuring that our organizational goals are met efficiently and effectively. The Head Curator, responsible for maintaining our cricket grounds to international standards transport equipment and materials with ease, aiding in the preparation of our stadium for the global stage.

Pupkewitz Toyota has consistently demonstrated their commitment to supporting cricket development in Namibia. Their contribution goes beyond providing vehicles; it is a partnership built on shared values and a mutual desire to see cricket thrive in our nation.

As we continue to work towards our goals, including the successful co-hosting of the 2027 World Cup, we are grateful to have Pupkewitz Toyota by our side. Their support enables us to focus on what truly matters – the growth and success of cricket in Namibia.

Thank you, Pupkewitz Toyota, for your unwavering support and for always coming through for us. Together, we are driving success on and off the cricket field.


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