Russell Mack and Riyad Al Saie win the Audi Sport National Day tournament
Riffa, December 19th 2018: Bahraini, Riyad Al Saie and playing partner Russell Mack won the Audi Sport National Day tournament hosted by Audi Centre Bahrain at the Royal Golf Club.
The pair achieved a fantastic first day score of 41, followed by 43 on day two, giving them an overall aggregate score of 84. Two teams clinched the runner up spot in the prestigious tournament, Mark Bateman and Abdulla Saeed with scores of 37 and 45, giving a total of 82, and Nasser Al Fedhala with the playing partner Jamie Elson with scores of 44 and 38 for a total of 82.The 36 hole tournament, played over two days on the Club’s Montgomery championship golf course, was established 17 years ago to celebrate Bahrain’s National Day activities by promoting friendship and unity between Bahraini’s and expatriate residents of the Kingdom. The event featured 54 expat golfers paired up with 54 Bahraini payers was played in the two player better ball Stableford format.
The event, sponsored by Audi Sport for the fifth consecutive year has grown to be one of the golfing calendars highlight of the year. Geetan Jessen, Dealer Principal for Audi Centre Bahrain commented ‘The camaraderie was brilliant, the golf, competitive but very friendly, and everyone had a great time during and after the event’
A range of Audi vehicles were showcased around the golf course for the duration of the two day event which concluded with a prize giving ceremony and luncheon in the Club’s Majlis facility. A chance to win an Audi A3 as a hole-in-one prize on the 16th hole went unclaimed. Other side contests included Nearest the Pin and Hit in the circle. Abdulla Khalifa Isa won Nearest the pin on hole 7 and Rashid Musbah on hole 12. Abdulla Al Yaqoob, Abdulla Khalifa Isa and Rashid Musbah won the hit in the circle.19-12-2019
Audi Bahrain goes Pink during October
Manama, November 7, 2019 – Audi Centre Bahrain went pink to support the Breast Cancer Society “Think Pink”, during the month of October to raise awareness about early detection as well as donating towards the research and development for breast cancer treatments in Bahrain.
The campaign took place at the Audi showroom Bahrain. The Audi Q8 was wrapped pink to support “Drive for a cause” along with demo fleet cars and “#AudiForPink” stickers to raise awareness during the month of October.
The demo fleet cars used for awareness test drives included the Audi A3, Audi A4, Audi A5, Audi A6, Audi A7 and Audi Q5. Showroom visitors were offered to test drive the Audi models to raise awareness about breast cancer in Bahrain.
Audi Bahrain announced donating money for every test drive and new car sale during the month of October. In total $ 6,630 was donated to the Breast cancer society.07-11-2019
Behbehani Brothers & Zain Bahrain E-Waste Initiative
Behbehani Brothers W.L.L collaborated with Zain Bahrain for an e-waste recycling initiative campaign to collect electronic waste from the company and its employees, as part of Zain's ongoing commitment to sustainability within the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Behbehani Brothers W.L.L. is Zain Bahrain’s first corporate client to join the telecom company’s ongoing e-waste campaign, which was first launched in 2011. Crown Industries is Zain Bahrain’s partner in the initiative, working as both collector and handling recycling of e-waste, which includes any electronic products.
Mr. Burhan Aftab, Group Human Resources and HSE Manager, Behbehani Brothers W.L.L., said: “E-waste is not necessarily something we consider every day, but it’s equally as important to dispose of safely through recycling as paper, plastic, and so on. We’re pleased to have a partner in recycling with Zain Bahrain, enabling us to become more green as a company.”
Abdulla Bin Khalid Al Khalifa, Zain Bahrain Director of Communications & Investor Relations, said: “We’re thrilled to welcome our client, Behbehani Brothers W.L.L., into our e-waste initiative. It’s very important to us, at Zain, to continue to contribute in whatever way possible towards encouraging responsible consumption habits across the Kingdom – which includes proper disposal of electronic waste, which often ends up in landfill when it could, and should, be recycling appropriately.23-10-2019