Archive for August, 2011
Issued by FIFA.com
Football in Zimbabwe
Second Goal project
Use of FAP funds
ACT Global Sports invites the synthetic turf industry to join us in offering support to CARE and World Vision to respond to the serious drought and hunger concerns in Eastern Africa.
Dear Valuable Stakeholders,
ACT Global Sports is proud to be a steadfast member of the United Nations Global Compact for the past four years. In continuation, our entire global family has put their best foot forward toward higher advancements in the synthetic turf market and the worldwide communities in which we serve. We are extremely pleased with the growth we have endured in the past year to include the encouraged principles outlined by the United Nations Global Compact.
With our expanding global footprint we embrace all cultures and communities which encompass our synthetic turf industry. With delicate humanitarian consideration, ACT Global Sports does everything we can to understand and harmonize the needs of our employees, partners and the marketplace.
We are leading the way in our industry through the guidelines set forth by the United Nations Global Compact. These principles connect our understanding of the turf industry with the world around us for mutual success. By submission of our 2011 annual report we anticipate others will see the value of the basic principles of the Global Compact to also engage in this shared wealth of knowledge and implications for a better tomorrow.
/s/ John Baize
We invite you to download our full 2011 Communication on Progress PDF version here or read the report online at www.actglobalsports.com/UnitedNationsGlobalCompact_ACTGlobalSports.html.
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