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Dancers get down at Sponsor drink event

Dancers get down at Sponsor drink event

Sponsor energy drink company hosted an outdoor dancing event titled “A Day for Sport” at the National Sports Complex on Sunday evening joined by 600 enthusiastic members of the public, who were given free T-shirts as well as sponsor drinks to consume during breaks.

The crowd was led by seven dancing coaches.

Chea Samnang, a well-known Cambodian actor and representative of the sponsor told the Post: “We’re holding this large function to encourage citizens to think about their health because dancing is a simple way to keep them healthy, helping both mental and physical health as well as being entertaining.”

Chief organiser Sem Santra said that following the success of the event that there would be another one in the future.

TRANSLATED BY CHENG SERYRITH

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