The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee(TTOC) #10golds24 Athlete Preparation and Welfare Fund continues to attract financial support from Corporate Trinidad and Tobago
Following on from the Guardian Group contribution of $250, 000 towards the fund .
four other corporate companies presented cheques on Wednesday at the Olympic House to the Honorary Secretary General of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) Mrs. Annette Knott.
Representing their respective organisations were Sean Shaffie - Toyota’s Marketing Manager, Julio Dallacosta - VP Finance Columbus Company, Rawlins C. Boodoo - Southern Sales Group Marketing Manager and Hazel Mootoo - HR Manager Deloitte.
Before the handing over of cheques, TTOC president Brian Lewis thanked the companies for answering the call to support the athletes of Trinidad and Tobago.
“This is a first for the Olympic Committee not only because of the roll out of the #10 gold24 and the establishment of the athletes’ preparation and welfare fund but in terms of signaling to the national community the strategic transformation and modernisation of the TTOC marketing approach.”
Lewis added “ in terms of transparency and accountability . We have to be scrupulously transparent. We would love to see at some point this relationship evolve and that you find the experience such a fantastic one that you want to take it to the platinum partner level . It is really about the athletes and no one stake holder can do it alone because it is not an inexpensive proposition.”