Global mobile communications brand Motorola has moved to support the first edition of the annual Rush Energy Ghana Dance Awards, ahead of the nominees jam on Friday, June 9, 2017.
This partnership will see the Motorola smartphones which is currently owned by Lenovo support the award ceremony in diverse ways while looking forward to achieving a healthy relation and mutual goals.
Eugene Jude Mettle who spoke on behalf of Thara, the General Manager of Lenovo Ghana lauded the team for such an initiative and also noted that although “most people don’t take dance really serious, its a profession we can also use to push Ghana.”
“To have a program like this which can elevate the country to the next level, it is laudable to have a brand like Motorola on board in order to push some of these dancers out there. We don’t appreciate these things (dance in Ghana) but for me I think its a good profession we all need to support,” he added.
Reacting to this on behalf of Flash Mob Ghana, the Communications Director Mr. Nathaniel Nortey, noted that “we are grateful to have a global brand like Motorola as one of the sponsors of the Rush Energy Ghana Dance Awards 2017 event.”
“We also encourage more companies as part of their social responsibilities to come on board and support this event,” he added.
The Rush Energy Ghana Dance Awards 2017 is powered by Flash Mob Ghana in collaboration with Ceejay Multimedia. Twellium Industrial Company’s Rush Energy Drink is the title sponsor. It is supported by Mr. Candy Ghana and the Accra Mall. It has also been endorsed by the National Commission on Culture and Ghana Dancers Association.