Coca-Cola refreshes the Fox Hill Supercross on its 25th anniversary

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Photo Caption: (L – R) Brig. H. H. A. S. P. K. Senerathne - Commandant Sri Lanka Military Academy, Shamal Gunawardene -  Country Sales and Commercial Manager, Coca-Cola Beverages Sri Lanka Limited and Ranjith Edirisinghe – Special Events Manager, Coca-Cola Beverages Sri Lanka Limited

Coca-Cola Beverages Sri Lanka Ltd (CCBSL) once again partnered with Fox Hill Supercross 2017 as the official beverage partner to the longest-running motor racing event in Sri Lanka as it celebrated its silver jubilee of 25 years. Coca- Cola’s support of the exciting Fox Hill Supercross event proudly spans over two decades. 

The event was organised by the Sri Lanka Military Academy (SLMA) in collaboration with Sri Lanka Army Motorsports Committee, Ministry of Sports and Department of Sports Development, The Sri Lanka Automobile Sports and Federation of Motorcycle Sports Sri Lanka. Over 50,000 spectators gathered at Diyatalawa to witness the racing event where over two hundred Sri Lankan motor racers and a few international riders and drivers vied for honours.

“For over two decades, Coca-Cola has proudly partnered with the Fox Hill Supercross motor racing event which is ahighly anticipated event in the sporting calendar of Sri Lanka” said Shamal Gunawardene - Country Sales and Commercial Manager, Coca-Cola Beverages Sri Lanka Limited. “We hope for the continued success of the Supercross and many more years of partnership.”

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