The Ghana Bodybuilding and Fitness Association (GBFA) on Tuesday 3rd November 2020 unveiled Adonko Next Level Energy Drinks as Man Ghana 2020’s official headline sponsor at the offices of Angel Group of Companies (producers of Adonko Next Level Energy Drinks).
This will see the popular bodybuilding event going by ‘Next Level Man Ghana’ during this year’s event and Marketing Director of Angel Group of Companies, Vincent Opare, revealed the company’s love for the sport.
“As part of the sponsorship deal, we are giving some cartons of the highly recommended Adonko Next Level Energy Drink to the GBFA for the Man Ghana 2020 Bodybuilding Competition. Also, we are giving some undisclosed amount of money for the organisation of the event”
He also revealed the company’s interest in supporting the GFBA further “We are also looking to supporting the GBFA in any way we can when they are travelling to South Africa next year for the Arnold Classic Competition.”
President of the Ghana Bodybuilding and Fitness Association (GBFA), Hay Yartey, thanked the officials of the Angel Group of Companies for their support saying “I must say that I am the happiest man today because we all know how we struggle for sponsorship for our least financed sports in this country.”
“We as an association are happy that Next Level Energy Drink have also come on to sponsor this year’s competition. Not only that, they have come on board as the headline sponsor,” He further stated
Adonko Next Level Energy Drinks joins California Gym, Iron Man Supplements and Bel Aqua, Men’s Fitness Center, Ka-Ra’s Koffee Place and Beautiful Beneath in supporting Ghana’s premier bodybuilding competition.
Man Ghana which was launched on Tuesday 22nd September 2020 is the GBFA’s main showpiece of the year and will this year be under the theme “Violence-Free Elections” as the association is looking to use their platform to send a message to the political sphere calling for a peaceful election.
This year’s edition of Man Ghana will be held on Saturday 7th November 2020 at the Osu Presbyterian Church Hall at 7 pm.