Crimson Events Supports Pakistan Universities Team of Pakistan Basketball Association


Crimson Events, Lahore’s premium event complex, has lent their support to the Pakistan Universities Team of Pakistan Basketball Association for their upcoming tour of UAE, where the team will be playing against teams of different international universities. The team comprises of promising rising talent from various universities from all over Pakistan.
Group picture with Team inside Crimson Events
The entire team and senior officials of Pakistan Basketball Association were invited to Crimson Events for hi-tea on 20th March’17, where an intimate ceremony was held to unveil the official kit/uniform of the team’s playing kit which bears the Crimson Events logo.
Mr Abdul Jawwad, Commissioner PRA (Lahore) was the special guest of honor for this event. Other noteworthy guests included Lieutenant Colonel Naseem Butt, Vice President PBF, Mr Inam Pasha, Advocate High Court and the team captainMr. Safeer.
Playing kit being presented to the Captain Mr. Safeer by Mr. Muneeb Irfan
Speaking about the idea behind supporting this event, Mr Muneeb Irfan, Director of Crimson Events said “We at Crimson Events believe that it is our national and social responsibility to support causes that make a difference to our society. Backing Pakistan’s young sporting talent is paramount to encouraging & developing healthy competitive trends in our younger generation & promoting Pakistan at various levels of different sporting arenas.”

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