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Toyota partners inaugural African Beach Games

Japanese automotive manufacturer Toyota has agreed a deal to sponsor the first edition of the African Beach Games, which will take place in Sal, Cape Verde.

The inaugural African Beach Games are scheduled to take place on the island from June 14-23.

The event is set to feature sports such as beach football, beach volleyball, 3×3 basketball and open-water swimming. Toyota will serve as an official sponsor of the Games.

In a statement, Toyota said: “Toyota’s decision to partner with Sal 2019 is because they share the same values. As a partner, Toyota aims to encourage creating a peaceful society without discrimination through sports and is committed to creating a sustainable society through mobility.”

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