ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: 4,000 volunteers are all set for the mega event
There is only one week left until the start of the International Cricket Council Cricket World Cup 2015 and volunteers from New Zealand & Australia are taking last minute preparations for the World Cup, with training days across the 2 host countries. Up to 4,000 volunteers will be needed for the event in the 14 host cities, with 49 matches played over 44 days, with as many as five match in Sydney.
John Harnden, chief executive of International Cricket Council Cricket World Cup 2015 said he is happy to have so many volunteers across New Zealand and Australia join the managing team for the biggest cricket event.
He said that volunteers from all domain of profession, all communities will be supporting this event in each of the host cities in a diverse roles from transport and hospitality support, to fan services and event operations. This is one of the biggest cricket tournament in the world and it would not be possible without the efforts of these volunteers included and the managing team thanked them and respect go out to each and every one of them.
MoneyGram’s senior regional director for Australia & Oceania, Michael Minassian quoted: “MoneyGram is proud to share our customers’ passion for cricket, and sponsorship of the Volunteer Programme is MoneyGram?s endeavor to welcome fans from around the country and around the world.”
He added that they have hosted various ads for their agents and customers in Australia & New Zealand as well as the South Asia, Asia, and Middle East giving a chance to hundreds of customers to watch live matches starting from 14th February.
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