Warwick Wealth is celebrating its 15th year of support for bowls in South Africa. At a recent event in Johannesburg Ian Kilbride spoke about the long standing relationship enjoyed between Warwick Wealth and the sport of bowls, this was broadcast during the South African Masters which was held over the weekend of 12th – 14th February.
In January 2016, Warwick announced a new deal which maintained the superb level of sponsorship at a national level but also introduced the best club support ever offered during the longstanding relationship. This deal is being rolled out in all bowls clubs by the four full-time Lifestyle Network Managers who work from their Warwick offices in Johannesburg, Durban, Port Elizabeth and Cape Town. In addition to the ongoing national sponsorship of Bowls South Africa and the sponsorship of clubs with Warwick clients as members, Warwick also announced its new Platinum Client deal for all bowlers who are investment clients of Warwick.
The long standing relationship between Warwick Wealth and Bowls in South Africa is secure for many years to come.
The South African chapter of the Lords Taverners were successfully launched in Cape Town recently and SuperSport were there to cover the event and interview several of the key players involved, Michael Parkinson (President UK), Ian Kilbride (Chairman SA) and David Ralph (CEO SA).
2014 has been an incredible year for bowling in South Africa. The Proteas have done our nation proud at the Commonwealth Games. The unbelievable discipline and skill that they showed on the picturesque Kelvingrove Greens put South Africa at the top of the lawn bowls medal standings. Congratulations to our bowlers in green and gold for bringing home no less than seven medals – five gold and two bronze!
Despite concerns that Brazil would not be ready in time, the 2014 World Cup has kicked off – and it is proving to be one of the most popular tournaments in history.
The host nation forecast an influx of 600,000 international tourists during the event. The arrival stats are not out yet, but Brazilian Minister of Tourism VinÃcius Lages is confident that these estimations will hold true based on recent field surveys and ticket sales figures.
There are many times in our lives when we reach a crossroads and at each instance we have to make decisions, decisions that will govern how the remainder of our lives unfold.
These decisions can in many cases never be questioned, as we will never know what the alternate route would have brought us. Even when a decision brings us success we never know whether another route could have been even more fortuitous.