Kenpong Secures 720 Rooms For Commonwealth Games

KEMPFans who intend travelling for the forthcoming Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, have no cause to worry regarding accommodation and airlifting, Kenpong Travel and Tours (KT&T) has disclosed.

The Chief Executive Officer of KT&T, Mr. Kennedy ‘Cappuccino’ Agyapong, has returned from the host city, Glasgow, where he officially struck the accommodation and all travel agreements with the Games’ Local Organizing Committee (LOC).

He indicated that all travel arrangements for the 20th edition of the Games scheduled for July 23 to August 3, have been taken care of.

The well-travelled businessman, who hosted the sporting media at his plush Airport Residential Area home last Friday evening, said “We had fruitful deliberations regarding accommodation. All is set and fans should have no qualms and fears. We are on course.

“I have a very competent and experienced staff who is working around the clock to ensure that fans who will be travelling with KT&T are comfortable. While I was in Glasgow, some members of my team were also in Brazil to firm up all arrangements for the 2014 World Cup.

“I met with the Ghana High Commissioner in Glasgow Dr Charles Ayiku, who has promised to accord us all the courtesies we deserve,” he added.

“We are putting the pieces together to roll out our plans and programmes for the Glasgow Games this week. Plans are also far advanced to airlift footballl fans for all the three Black Stars international friendlies against Montenegro on March 5, Holland and Honduras,” asserted Kenpong, whose outfit has branches in Cote d’Ivoire and Tanzania.

The media and football-friendly young businessman also hinted that his outfit had put in place proper arrangements to airlift soccer fans for the female Under-20 World Cup in Canada and the Female Under-17 World Cup in Costa Rica, later this year.

The Commonwealth Games will feature 17 sports in 11 days of competition with 261 medal events on show. About 4,500 athletes will take part in the multi-sports event involving 71 teams of athletes from the Commonwealth of Nations.

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