Yolo, Infinity Colour Help Wales
As part of its contribution to the development of sport and sporting facilities in Guyana the Yolo Entertainment Group in collaboration with The Infinity Colour Shop yesterday donated ten gallons of paint to the Management team of the Wales Community Centre ground for the repainting of the commentator’s booth.
The presentation was made at Infinity’s Colour Shop location situated at Princess and High Streets, Georgetown.
Yolo Entertainment will be staging the upcoming inaugural “Chow Pow’s 10/10 Softball Challenge Series” which will see twelve of Guyana’s’ best male and four female softball cricket teams vie for one million dollars in cash and prizes.
Yolo’s Director Kirk Jardine stated that his organization was happy to have made the donation and promised similar collaborations in the future.
“We not only want to stage quality events, but also provide support to communities around the country in any way we can,” Jardine told this newspaper.
Industrial Welfare and Community Development Officer of the Centre, Chelrawtie Persaud Wahab, who was on hand to receive the donation said that the paint will go a long way in the resuscitation of the facility since many local and regional matches are played at the venue.
She extended heartfelt thanks to the Organisers and the Infinity Colour Shop. She was presented with the paint by Infinity Colour Shop’s Sales Rep Amrita Persaud. The business entity has been in existence for over fifteen years, serving Guyana with the superior Sissons brand of paints and unmatched customer service.
Also on hand to witness the presentation was Guyana Softball League President Mr Halim Khan. The GSL will oversee the running of the challenge series.