Tuesday 26th May, Apia, Samoa – The Tolotolo a Tama Uli from Salelologa will be heading into this year’s Independence Fautasi Race with the backing of BlueSky Samoa, after the company presented a cheque of $5,000 to assist them with their preparations. An extra offer of $5,000 was also offered to Pauli Ivan Williams and his crew, as a bonus should they come out as the winners of the Independence race, which will take place this Saturday, May 30th.
This year marks the fourth year of the Bluesky-Tolotolo partnership, with Bluesky having supported the fautasi from Salelologa since 2011.
BlueSky’s Country Manager, Alex Abraham, presented BlueSky’s sponsorship offer to the crew of Tolotolo. “It’s our pleasure to once again offer our full support to captain and crew of the Tolotolo a Tama Uli for this year’s fautasi race in celebration of our 53rd Independence. We at BlueSky believe that the Tolotolo already has what it needs to succeed, we just want to make the road to success a little easier. In getting behind the Tolotolo, we aim to ensure the continued growth and development of the sport of fautasi racing in Samoa.”
Captain of the Tolotolo, Pauli Ivan Williams, expressed his sincere gratitude to BlueSky on behalf of his crew and their village and supporters for coming on board again to help them with their preparations.
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