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TMC’S latest service sponsor


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The Management Club had the pleasure of appointing M/s Theewra and Ceymondu Travel of 58, Dharmarama Road, Colombo 06 as their official photographer for the next three years on 23 November. The MOU was signed at the Management Club Colombo Boardroom by Ajith de Soyza and Dilranjan Seneviratne on behalf of M/s Theewra and Ceymondu Travel and on behalf of the Management Club – the President of the Board of Management of the Management Club Nasser Majeed and the President Emeritus Fayaz Saleem. 

Both Majeed and Saleem extended a welcome to M/s Theewra and Ceymondu Travel to the TMC family of sponsors and partners. They also remarked that M/s Theewra and Ceymondu Travels would be the official partner photographer for all the TMC events henceforth. 

untitled-1From left: Fayaz Saleem, Nasser Majeed, Ajith de Soyza and Dilranjan Seneviratne

 


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