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PD partners with Friends of the Warriors to support the Warriors

By Staff Reporter

THE leading designing company Perfect Designs has partnered with the renowned Zimbabwean National Team supporters  Friends of the Warriors to support the Warriors by unveiling the supporters locally made Warriors replica jersey.

On Wednesday Perfect Designs unveiled the Warrior’s replica jersey that will be available to the markets at a low cost that all Warrior’s supporters will afford to buy.

In an interview with PD Director Walter Marara during the unveiling of the replica jersey at Eastpoint in Harare told the Business Mail,that they are happy about their involvement in supporting the warriors through the call by Friends of the Warriors.

“We are happy to support our national team through the replica jersey that we have made for the Warriors’ supporters,” Marara said.

“PD has been doing several projects in schools and cooperate world for various companies but we are glad to do it for our Warriors as we boost their morale,” he said.

“I also encourage all other companies to join hands with others to support our national team,” he added.

Other companies that have partnered with the Friends of Warriors include Eat n Lick and Eastpoint to support the Warriors.

Friends of Warrior’s secretary-general Zivanai Muwashu said that they are happy with the initiative of coming up with a locally made replica jersey of the Zimbabwe Nationa Team.

“For a quite long time we did not have original replica jersey for the supporters but now we are happy we have it,” Muwashu said.

“Our supporters were not able to purchase the recent replicas because of their expensive prices but this one is cheaper and everyone can afford to have one,” he said.




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