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TNT delivers day-long futsal tourney for staff

TNT delivers day-long futsal tourney for staff

Courier giants TNT will be bringing their football-loving staff from four countries in the ASEAN belt for a day-long futsal tournament at the 3G Mini Soccer Field, opposite the Australian Embassy, this Saturday.

Six staff teams from Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and hosts Cambodia will take part in the competition, which runs from 8am to 5pm.

According to Ratheany Uy, of  TNT’s sales and marketing division in Phnom Penh, the aim of the event is to promote co-operation and collaboration among the people in Southeast Asia and the TNT staff serving the region. 

To contact the reporter on this story: H S Manjunath at [email protected]

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