Vivo Energy Uganda announced a sponsorship package worth UGX. 110,000,000 to boost the Shell V-Power Pearl of Africa Uganda Rally slated for August 2 – 3rd in Kampala. The annoucement was made during a colorful unveiling at Shell Bugolobi, a Kampala Suburb with key officials of FMU and Vivo Energy Uganda present. Also present were Rally Drivers and Rally Fans.
Vivo Energy Uganda is delighted to continue with the support to the biggest Rally in Uganda, said MD, Gilbert Assi at the Unveiling.
Shell’s Commitment to innovation through motorsports is an integral part of the extensive R&D program with ferrari that is key to making better fuels for out customers.
“We thank Vivo Energy Uganda for its continued and committed support towards the Motorsport Fraternity…” – Dusman Okee, FMU President
About the Sponsorship
The UGX. 110m sponsorship package goes towards the organization of the Pearl of Africa Uganda Rally which is one of the 8 rounds of the FIA sanctioned African Rally Championship and will run from 2nd to 3rd August 2019.
Four Champions Boosted
In addition to the sponsorship, four Ugandan Champions have also been boosted ahead of the action-packed event. These include Arthur Blick and Ronald Ssebuguzi, each UGX. 65,000,000, Omar Mayanja with UGX. 40m and Umar Kakyama, UGX. 5m bringing the package total to UGX. 285m.
Shell V-Power with DYNAFLEX technology is designed to clean and protect the engine 3x more for better efficiency and performance thus enhancing engine power through actively protecting vital engine parts.
Learn more about V-Power here.
V-Power Pearl of Africa Uganda 2019 Rally
This year’s edition is yet again expected to offer the best experience and challenge to all competing crews. This event is best known for testing all the competitors’ 5 senses and we promise to live up to the expectations and more. The total length of the rally will be approximately 476 Kms. It will be run on gravel roads in the private sugar cane plantations 90 Kms east of Kampala, around the town of Kayunga.
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