GBA, Bris O Promotions looking to supply more hampers

Following their initial phase of distributing hampers to members of the boxing fraternity, the Guyana Boxing Association (GBA) and Seon Bristol of Bris O Promotions are examining more ways in which they can collaborate to help cushion the economic effect of Covid19 on the local boxing fraternity.

GBA President Steve Ninvalle

Just over a week ago, the two bodies combined forces to provide food hampers to boxers, referees, judges and coaches. Bristol who resides in New York stated that he will be exploring the possibility of supplying another set of hampers in the near future. He, however, insisted that this venture will become a reality if there is support from persons and businesses both Guyana and the USA.
Bristol and GBA President Steve Ninvalle also took the opportunity to extend gratitude to businesses and individuals who played an instrumental role in acquiring items for the first wave of 65 hampers. Those persons who for assisted in making the first set of hampers available include: Bounty Farm Ltd, Ivan and Pamela Evelyn, Dwayne Chase, Associated Packers, Reverend and Chaplain Dr. Orin Lewis, Randolph Lewis, Deborah and Vanessa Bristol, Daphne Hoppie, Lynette Philadelphia, Orin Van Rossum and Green Path Foundation and Alford McDonald among others.