National Commission on Culture supports Rush Energy Ghana Dance Awards 2017

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The National Commission on Culture, the body with a regulatory, supervisory and collaborative responsibility over a number of institutions to ensure the promotion of culture in Ghana, has moved to throw its weight behind the Rush Energy Ghana Dance Awards 2017.

This comes less than a week after a leading upscale confectionery brand Mr. Candy Ghana, pledged its support for the award ceremony. In view of this, the Commission will help facilitate and execute – among others, the media communications plan of this year’s event.

Mr. Nathaniel Nortey, the Communications Director of Flash Mob Ghana has expressed the company’s profound gratitude to the National Commission on Culture for this gesture, while warmly calling on other institutions and individuals also come on board.

“We are privileged and grateful to have an august institution like the National Commission on Culture endorse and support the maiden edition of the Rush Energy Ghana Dance Awards. We look forward for a healthy relation in achieving our mutual goals,” he noted.

“We also encourage other institutions as well as individuals, as part of their social responsibilities to come on board and support this event,” he added.

The Rush Energy Ghana Dance Awards 2017 is powered by Flash Mob Ghana in collaboration with Ceejay Multimedia. Twellium Industrial Company’s Rush Energy Drink is the title sponsor and supported by Mr. Candy Ghana. It has also been endorsed by the Ghana Dancers Association. 

Flex Newspaper, Ice TV, WatsUp TV, SET TV, AGE Channel, Dancetera TV, Event Guide,,,,, Cypress Ghana,, Rossey Media, Loggy Entertainment, EOD Partners, Desiderata Entertainment, Kolours GH and Chambers Promo GH are the official media partners of REGDAs 2017.

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