The Toledo Department of Sports and Entertainment (Smel) held, on Thursday (the 23rd) evening, at the Hugo Zeni Sports Gymnasium, in Vila Industrial, the launch of the uniforms of the male and female teams of the Mais Vôlei (More Volleyball) Toledo Project. The event attracted authorities, sponsors, athletes and family members. Prati-Donaduzzi is one of the partner companies of this action through the Sports Incentive Law of the Federal Administration.
The uniforms of the performance athletes sport the imposing purple color, which highlights the greatest partnership signed this year with the Toledo pharmaceutical industry, in addition to other partners. According to Prati-Donaduzzi’s Marketing Manager, Gilson Provin, it is a pleasure for the company to support the sport in the city. “This project caught our attention and is part of Prati-Donaduzzi’s motto, which is to produce medicines for health care, and sports are a healthy activity. We are delighted to be able to contribute to the Toledo volleyball community,” he points out.
Marli Gonçalves Costa, the Toledo secretary of Sports and Entertainment thanked Prati-Donaduzzi for the partnership. “Prati-Donaduzzi is a partner not only in this Volleyball project, but also in other actions we hold through the Smel,” she emphasizes.
Beto Lunitti, Mayor of Toledo, stressed in his speech the importance of having Prati-Donaduzzi as a partner in several Smel projects. “Our thanks to Prati-Donaduzzi for the partnership with Toledo City Hall in several actions. Prati-Donaduzzi is a strategic company for Brazil, important for the development of the city which has contributed to the national economy,” he explains.
Toledo volleyball is the beneficiary of funds acquired through the Sports Incentive Law of the Ministry of Sports/Federal Administration, developed by the Toledo Volleyball Association (Avotol) in a partnership with the Toledo City Secretariat of Sports and Entertainment, and sponsored by the following companies: Prati-Donaduzzi, Copel, Primato Supermercados, Agrícola Dall’Oglio and Rede Stop of Gas Stations.