Logistics investor supports the Romanian Invictus team at Sydney 2018
P3, the Pan-European long-term investor, owner, developer and asset manager of logistics properties, has signed a sponsorship contract with the Romanian team that participates at Invictus Sydney 2018. The sponsorship of 5,000 Euro has been used to acquire the necessary equipment for training and for the competition.
„P3 believes in the power of team, in the passion that lays in each of us, in the desire to work and to fight for a goal. We have the certainty that this incentive from us will help them train better, reach their potential and return victorious home”, says Sînziana Pardhan, General Manager P3 Logistic Parks Romania.
„„Invictus Games” is not a simple competition, it is a state of mind. It is a project built around the idea of physical and mental recovery through sport, but it also has a pregnant educational role. It encourages positive thinking, makes people more confident and better, gives hope to those who, pressed by a major trauma, no longer have the power to see the bright side of life. Last but not least, the example of injured or disabled people that exceed their limits has a multiplier effect on society as a whole, cultivating, beyond the beneficial effects of sport, the spirit of human assistance and community cohesion. We thank P3 Logistic Parks for unconditional support as a sponsor. We convey our good thoughts and gratitude to all those who have been involved in the realization of this cooperative project”, says Invictus Romania team.
The Invictus Romania team won four medals at Invictus Games in Canada and decided not to stop here. The Romanian wounded ex military service personel are intensely preparing for “Invictus Games Sydney – 2018”, motivated and want to convey their enthusiasm to other wounded comrades to join this amazing project aimed at physical and mental recovery through sport. The next edition of the games will be held in Australia, Sydney, October 20-27th, 2018. Invictus Romania members were encouraged by Prince Harry, himself a veteran of the Afghanistan war.