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PNG Coffee Festival & Trade Fair Update
DATE: 02 & 03 MAY, 2003 - VENUE: RAUN RAUN THEATRE – GOROKA


South Pacific Brewery has become the latest sponsor of the PNG Coffee Festival & Trade Fair.

Regional Manager, Denis Reynolds, has given cash contribution of K1500 towards the staging of the event, as well as two tents and the use of SP’s Public Announcement system.

Festival organiser, Norman Carver, thanked Mr Reynolds and said the contribution would go a long way towards making the event a success. Mr Carver said SP would be allocated an outdoor stall at the Raun Raun Theatre to promote its Social Alcohol Model.

South Pacific Brewery now becomes a Silver Sponsor of the May 2 and 3 PNG Coffee Festival & Trade Fair.

Confirmed sponsors in either cash or kind include:
Gold Sponsors - Hon Mal Smith Governor EHP; Post Courier; PNG Gold Finance
Silver Sponsors – Post – Courier, Bank South Pacific, Coffee Industry Corporation, National Cultural Commission, Metals Refining Operation, Pacific Helicopters, Akogere Estates, Coca – Cola, SP Brewery
Bronze Sponsors - Sir Danny Leahy; Akogere Estates; New Guinea Highlands Coffee Exports, Honorable Bire Kimisopa Goroka MP, Highlands Traders, Pacific Building & Fabrication

Companies and organisations taking part in the PNG Coffee Festival & Trade Fair in Goroka on May 2 and 3 will also be given time to do a presentation about their activities and products. Please confirm your presentation as soon as possible so that you will be included in the programme.

With only one week to go, over 74 companies and organizations have been confirmed to participate, in by way of exhibits or sponsorship - with more expected to confirm their participation and sponsorship this week onwards.

Confirmed stallholders are: Save The Children Fund, Brian Bell, BSP Bank, ANZ Bank, Goroka International School, University of Goroka, Coffee Industry Corporation, Institute of Medical Research, National Agriculture Research Institute, Research and Conservation Foundation, Goroka Grammar School, Big Bean Coffee, Arabicas Coffee Roasters, Goroka Coffee Roasters, Metals Refining

Operations, Goroka Travel Centre, Eastern Highlands Provincial Government, Support Services Contract Facility, Info – Link, Christian Radio Missionary Fellowship, Farmset, Bird of Paradise Hotel, Compu Serve, PNG Motors, Rotary Club, Wildlife Conservation Society, PNG Coffee Exports, National Film Institute, Goroka Technical & Business College, Mount Sion Centre For The Blind, Air Niugini Tours, Eastern Highlands Province Women’s Council, PNG Gold Finance/ PNG Highland Tours, Kainantu Pottery, Kamaliki Vocational School, The Highlander magazine, Bihute Jail, PNG Rugby Football League, Goroka Public Library, PNG Family Health Planning, Bird of Paradise Hotel, Frankston Bakery, Home Tech, DK Security, New Guinea Fruit Company (Live Lave), Rainforest Conservation Society, Kibabs, Rotary Club, Rocky V11, Tourism Promotion Authority, Rita Kare Craft, and others to come in.

Push for School Excursions: Organiser, Norman Carver, has encouraged school students in and around Goroka to attend. “We have invited school excursions from all major schools in Goroka area,” he said. “ Any student involved in a formal school excursion will enter the gates free of charge. “We will also provide transport, as this is a problem for some schools. The response has been good with several schools already confirmed to attend with excursions to the event.” Those confirmed are Goroka International, West Goroka Community, Gimitoka Primary, North Goroka Primary, Faniufa Primary, Goroka Secondary High, East Goroka Primary, Goroka Christian Acedemy, Goroka Business College, Kama SDA School, Gama Primary,

Singsing groups and entertainment: Central, Trobriand, Momase, Tari, Rainforest Bilas, Simbu Karem Lek, Manus.

Helicopter Joy Ride: Pacific Helicopters have also confirmed that they will be raffling a helicopter ride around Goroka town, with raffle tickets to sell at K2 each.

Art Exhibition: Another quality aspect of the Coffee Festival will be an art exhibition, which will run one week before and one week after the main event. The displays will be located in part at the Coffee Festival venue; with the full exhibition located at the JK McCarthy Museum.

Coffee Festival Ball: Finale at the Bird of Paradise Hotel.
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