Stan Joyce

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.

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 Brewery launches Go Places Campaign

SPB Go Places is a new age recruitment campaign, designed by Heineken and creative author Dr. Seuss.

The campaign brings the best of Marketing and Human Resource concepts together, bridging the gap between corporate branding, pride of SPB employment and search for professional talent in PNG.

Operating in the country for over 60 years, SPB has taken a joy in developing a large number of PNG’s leading professionals in the market.

Joyce appeals to Digicel Cup supporters to enjoy the game

Joyce made this statement before presenting a K400,000 sponsorship from SP Brewery to the running of this year’s Digicel Cup.

He said SP is not new to rugby league having been the major sponsor of the SP Intercity Cup as it was known back in the early 1990s.

“Your teams will be playing every weekend and what happens during or after the game is a reflection of your province.

“So rally behind your teams and their opponents and give them all your support and respect,” said Joyce.

Joyce went on to say that spectator violence will not be tolerated this season.


K35 000 total prize money for Sports Awards

Managing Director, Stan Joyce said they’re happy to bring to the country the 24th SP Sports Awards that recognises sporting excellence in the country in 2015.

“SP Brewery remains steadfast in supporting sports in PNG and our historic partnership with the PNG Olympic Committee will ensure that we bring this prestigious event again this year.

“I’d like to encourage all of us to get behind our sporting athletes, coaches, administrators and sports scribers and nominate for the 2016 SP Sports Awards,” said Joyce.

Nominations opened yesterday and close on April 1.