Annie Tetteh Quao - Sales Executive - Dana Milk

Participants in the Dano Milk Coastal Fisher-Folks Tug Of War Championship, also took part in a special Gari Soakings Eating Competition as part of a side attraction for the programme.

The competition took place immediately after the finals and featured representatives from the various teams that participated in the Tug of War Championship.

At the end of the contest, Team Dzata and Sempe Two emerged as winners of Groups A and B respectively. They were presented with products from Dano Milk.

Speaking with the media after the program, Annie Tetteh Quao, Marketing Coordination Officer at Dano Milk said the tagline for Dano Milk is “Go For More” and that has been the main focus in everything they do as a brand.

She said Dano Milk has a lot of nutritional benefits and one such is the nourishment of the bone and skin as well as ensuring good nutrition and good health.

According to her, the main reason for supporting the program was to encourage the youth to eat well.

She therefore encouraged people from all walks of life, especially sportsmen and women to take Dano Milk to help boost their immune system, build their muscles, and form stronger bones.

The Dano Milk Coastal Fisher-folks Tug of War Championship took place last Saturday the 30th of September at the Okpo Tsu Park inside Korle Gonno, Accra.

The event which started at about 11 am had six participating teams drawn from within the Coastal Communities in Korle Gonno and Mamprobi, namely Anything Anything, Ata Adjei, Gyata from Korle Gonno, Sempe One and Two from Mamprobi, and Kakalilka.

At the end of the final contest, Gyata took the day by pulling two straight against Anything Anything who were however adjudged the Best Team of the Championship.

Nii Tackie Owuowuo IV, Korle Gonno Mantse accompanied by the Queen mother of Korle Gonno, Naa Arfua Oklopong I presented Medals, Trophies as well as products from Dano Milk on behalf of the organizers to the winning teams.

After the presentation of the medals and awards to the deserving teams, Nii Tackie Owuowuo IV, the Korle Gonno Mantse called on the Government to pay attention to the promotion of Tug of War across the country since it does not require huge investments unlike Soccer and other so-called major sports.

Speaking with the media after the event, the Captain of the Dzata team from Korley Gonno said they were happy because their aim was to host and win. He expressed their gratitude to the organizers and sponsors for giving them the opportunity.

He took the opportunity to appeal to the leadership of the Ghana Tug Of War Association (GHATOWA) to try as much as possible to provide them with the facilities required to enable them to prepare adequately for the National Championship in December this year.

Anything Anything, which placed second has also qualified for the National Championship.

There were enough free drinks at the Dano Milk Stand.