LAGOS – The Professional Squash Players Association of Nigeria (PSPAN), on Wednesday said that clubs had been their main source of sponsorship since inception.
PSPAN’s President, Seun Peters, made the disclosure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.
“We normally approach the club members, from the big clubs in Lagos, who are passionate about the game of squash; they are the ones who have been sponsoring us.
“Now we have to go to international companies, telecommunications and oil companies; that’s our plan for the half of the year.[eap_ad_1]
“Actually the response has been positive because Apapa Club is sponsoring us August ending, precisely Aug. 25 to Aug. 31.
“Ikoyi Club just sponsored one we just finished last Sunday.
“So, Apapa club is the next one; Ikeja is going to sponsor us, their Chairman and the Captain have already promised us some money and later they can help us look for more money outside.’’
PSPAN was formed by some of the nation’s squash players in December 2012, to organise competitions for themselves against the odds of dearth of competitions in the federation. (NAN)[eap_ad_4]