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Song Night receives renewed sponsorship from RMB Namibia

Song Night receives renewed sponsorship from RMB Namibia

Enchanting vocalist, Lize Ehlers last week learned RMB Namibia will continue to sponsor her hugely popular Song Night shows at the Warehouse Theatre.
Last week Friday, RMB Namibia, an investment bank operating under the FNB umbrella, presented the artist with a cheque for N$87,000 in support of Ehlers and her band to continue their outstanding performances at Song Night, and to grow the event as a stage for other entertainers.
Ray Auala, RMB CSI Chairman said that RMB’ s contribution, through the FNB Foundation, is to ensure that the good work of Song Night continued well into 2016. “We handed our first sponsorship in July last year and were pleased with the wonderful work done in supporting arts, crafts and particularly music. The FNB Foundation is strongly intertwined with one of our four strategic P’s, namely the Planet. Here we not only look after the economy and environment, but also society and arts. Culture and music is an integral part of any society.”
RMB Namibia was in full support of the first Song Night event of the year held at the Warehouse Theatre in Windhoek. With awesome performances by first timers on stage and established artists alike, the crowd was well entertained. RMB staff members were also present to support the event showing that their involvement goes beyond monetary assistance. Ehlers expressed her profound appreciation of the sponsorship saying it opens the stage for many other artists.

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