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Ministerial Statement Territory Success at Masters games and Sydney Paralympics



Ministerial Statement Territory Success at Masters games and Sydney Paralympics

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Tabled Papers for 8th Assembly 1997 - 2001; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT




Tabled by Christopher Lugg


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7 Of course, an event like the 2000 Honda Masters Games could not be staged without tremendous support from sponsors and key suppliers. The name Honda deserves special mention. This year saw the conclusion of Hondas involvement with the Masters Games in Alice Springs. On behalf of the Northern Territory Government I would like to place on record our acknowledgment and appreciation of Hondas valued association over 16 years. It is rare to find long haul sponsors the calibre of Honda. We were pleased to be joined by deputy managing director, Neal Robertson and his senior executives Grant Allen and Matthew Nichol. Alice Springs Honda manager, Peter Harvey, has also played a pivotal role in his companys long-standing arrangements with the Masters Games. During his welcoming reception early in the Masters week, the Chief Minister publicly thanked the Honda motor company for its keen involvement and generous cooperation with the Games. I am pleased to reiterate that gratitude. Importantly, the Chief Minister confirmed the Masters Games would continue as a valuable and important event for Central Australia.

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