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‘Export Art Series’ cans launched

SP Brewery has proudly launched its ‘Export Art Series’ cans, under its South Pacific Export Lager Brand, following a successful nationwide design competition in 2018.

From the 500 entries received during the competition, 22 winning designs from each province were selected and the winners received K1,000 each as prize money for their artwork.

Each winning design will be featured on the famous South Pacific Export Lager white can this year.

Public to vote favourite athlete

This category is open to the public to vote using their mobile phones.

SP Brewery and the PNG Olympic Committee have expressed the desire to see the public and various stakeholders participate more in the nomination period.

Nominations for the 2019 SP Sports Awards is now open following the launch on February 5th.

On offer are 11 award categories are:

SP Brewery unhappy with alcohol ban decision

SP Brewery managing director, Stan Joyce, expressed the company’s disappointment over the decision.

“Our Company continues to invest in responsible consumption education and advocates effective licensing as mandated by the National Liquor Licensing Act. We also understand that Provincial Government has the powers to regulate the sale of alcohol. All we ask as a corporate citizen is for some communication with authorities which has been notably absent in this case,” stated Joyce.

SP Brewery announces 18-man squad

During today’s announcement, SP Brewery managing director, Stan Joyce, said they had always believed in the Hunters.

As the official sponsors of the SP PNG Hunters, it was only right for SP Brewery to make the team announcement.

Managing director Joyce said the ride was quite rough during the beginning of the season, but then again, nothing in life is perfect.

“But what is perfect is if you really do believe in yourself, and you do find good leadership and keep the game alive and keep the belief in yourself,” he said.

SP Brewery launches Export can comp

The competition aims to celebrate the unique and special art from each and every province in PNG by showcasing the art of 22 limited edition cans that will be launched in October and be a part of a campaign to celebrate the best of PNG.

SP Brewery marketing manager, Josh Wheeler, said Export Lager wants to build a platform that inspires positivity and empowers Papua New Guineans to be and do better through celebrating the best of PNG; in this instance the indigenous arts and designs.

Brewery renews sponsorship to Cricket PNG

The sponsorship will ensure the national men’s and women’s teams continue to excel and raise the bar one level higher.

Speaking at yesterday’s cheque presentation, Managing Director of SP Brewery, Stan Joyce said Cricket PNG’s successes on the field are a result and reflection of strategic, good governance and management of the sport in a transparent and unified manner.

Digicel Cup platinum sponsor remains

Additionally, SP Brewery has made another commitment to remain and maintain its rights as the platinum sponsor for the Digicel Cup 2018 competition.

During the presentation of a K400,000 sponsorship cheque, SP Brewery managing director, Stan Joyce, said it was an important platform for rugby league from the domestic competition to the international competition, like the Queensland Intrust Super Cup in which the SP Hunters participate.

“It’s a true domestic competition played across seven different centres in Papua New Guinea,” Joyce said.

SP sports awards to be launched

This year will mark 26 years for the SP Sports Awards and nominations for the 2018 SP Sports Awards.

SP Sports Awards is an event that recognises sporting excellence from Papua New Guinea’s sports men and women.

The nominations will officially be opened in order after the launch and will be witnessed by various heads of sporting organisations at the Brew Kettle, SP Brewery Head Office in Port Moresby.

More details will be released in the days leading up to the launch of the SP Sports awards.

​World Cup trophy visits SP Brewery

The Trophy was brought to the brew kettle yesterday by the Oil Search Rugby League World Cup Tour Team.

Managing Director of SP Brewery, Stan Joyce, acknowledged the Rugby League World Cup 2017 committee led by CEO Andrew Hill and Oil Search for sharing the World Cup with PNG.

“With such a formidable team, I have no doubt PNG will host the best rugby matches come October at the National Football Stadium,” said Joyce.

He added that as a platinum sponsor to this year’s World Cup, SP was excited about bringing the pinnacle of rugby events to PNG.

SP awards staff

Hara, a fitter mechanic, won the Employee of the Month award for March for Behaviour: Acting as an entrepreneur (taking ownership).

Maimbo, a brewing supervisor, was the Employee of the Month for April for Behaviour: Acting as an entrepreneur (collaborating in trust).

Tau, a project engineer, took out the Safety Champion award for the months of March and April.

Brewery manager for Port Moresby, Kuri Yuwai, explained that SP awards staff every month who display exceptional behaviour and perform to the highest level.