‘Prima Stella’ conducts a cricket camp for future champions

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Prima Stella along with Kumar Sangakkara will be conducting a cricket training camp for young cricketing enthusiasts on the 2nd of October 2015.  

100 lucky chosen kids will be trained under the expert guidance of Sangakkara himself. Such an opportunity will not only nourish any aspirations the youngsters may have of becoming cricketers with the national team in the future, but will also lead to the formation of new goals.

Nothing could be better than learning from a master of the game like Sangakkara, affectionately known as Sanga, a well-respected cricketer, family man and an honest gentleman who is also well known for his skills as an orator. He is and always has been the perfect embodiment of Prima Stella characteristics and it is with utmost pleasure that we look forward to the camp. 

Prima Stella is a wholesome meal enriched with nutrients for your family. It provides all that you need to make you a champion. Further, Prima Stella Noodles is certified by Sri Lanka Standards (SLS) which confirms the quality and the Noodles come with the real vegetable sachet.

Sajith Gunaratne, Senior Business and Marketing Manager of Ceylon Agro Industries (Prima Group Sri Lanka), speaking about the program said: “We are delighted to have this coaching camp with the “true champion” Kumar Sangakkara. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for the aspiring cricketers, I am sure they will take all the tips from the great legend to become stars in the future”. Prima Stella- Champion’s Choice.

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