Lagos April 09, 2012: Premium alcoholic brand and a leader in spirits category, Campari is set to partner with the Organisation for the Advancement of Anioma Culture OFAAC for this years’ Anima cultural festival.
The Anioma cultural festival is an annual event of the Anioma people of Delta State organised by OFAAC to showcase the rich cultural heritage of the people. Speaking on the partnership, brand manager Campari, Victor Ikem said “it is born out of the desire to promote the rich culture and historical achievement of the Anioma people. Campari being a brand with a strong heritage, it is important that we recognise the significance of culture in the overall development of a nation.
This year’s Anioma cultural festival is the 9th edition, according to Mr. Patrick Ugboh, member of festival organising committee, the event will involve a showcase of dance, songs, drama, traditional wrestling and folklores.
Campari is an alcoholic spirit obtained from the infusion of bitter herbs, aromatic plants and fruit in alcohol and water. With its distinct color, aroma and flavor, Campari has always been a symbol of passion.