Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros Co (AAB), the exclusive dealer of Toyota and Lexus in Qatar, celebrated National Sport Day with a series of simultaneous activities open to the public in the car park of Asian Town cricket stadium in the Industrial Area.
Being a day that is envisioned to bring communities closer together through fitness, health and unity, the AAB National Sport Day celebration gave skilled workers living in the vicinity the opportunity to participate with the nation in the celebration, the company said in a press statement. Sports events for the day included basketball 3x3, volleyball for men and women, cycling, skateboarding and team-building sessions or mini-boot camp. Pre-registered teams and participants in the ball games and cycling easily filled up the slots, the statement noted.
The vast open space at the venue accommodated all the events and activities, which were held simultaneously.
AAB stressed that it encourages work-life balance and recognises the importance of sports in the holistic development of an individual and community in line with Qatar National Vision 2030. Internally, it conducts weekly sports events, which has seen the participation of around 50% of its total number of employees for seven consecutive seven years through the AAB Sports Season held during the winter months.
The National Sport Day activities are a vital part of AAB’s sports programme celebrated every year.
Broadening the scope and impact to the community, AAB has made its celebration open to the public and a majority of skilled workers in the Industrial Area this year.
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