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Goldair Tourism Lauded for its Social Responsibility Practices

Panagiotis Tsekouras, general secretary of EKA Basket; Nikos Bampanikolos, chairman of the Veteran Basketball Players' Association; Despina Mavridou, public relations for Goldair Group; Voula Kozoboli, president of Hellenic Olympic Winners Association (HOWA); and Ioannis Stathopoulos,  communications manager of HOWA.

Panagiotis Tsekouras, general secretary of EKA Basket; Nikos Bampanikolos, chairman of Greece’s Veteran Basketball Players’ Association; Despina Mavridou, public relations for Goldair Group; Voula Kozoboli, president of Hellenic Olympic Winners Association (HOWA); and Ioannis Stathopoulos, communications manager of HOWA.

Goldair Tourism was awarded by silver water polo medalist and Hellenic Olympic Winners Association (HOWA) president Voula Kozoboli for its support of the association’s activities during a ceremony on January 21 at the Hellenic Nautical Club of Greeks from Egypt.

Despina Mavridou, public relations for Goldair Tourism (center), was awarded by Olympic silver medalists for water polo Georgia Ellinaki and Eftihia Karagianni of the Hellenic Olympic Winners Association.

Despina Mavridou, public relations for Goldair Group (center), with Olympic silver water polo medalists Georgia Ellinaki and Eftihia Karagianni of the Hellenic Olympic Winners Association.

At the same time, the association awarded sports organizations that promote the Olympic ideal as well as promising athletes, Paraolympians and prominent figures for their overall contribution.

Goldair Tourism was awarded for its social responsibility practices and active participation in the activities of the association through financial assistance and coverage of travel needs.

The award was received by Goldair Public Relations manager Despina Mavridou.

Goldair Group of Companies services 31 airports, employs 3,000 permanent and 500 seasonal workers in Greece and 700 employees based abroad, serving over 100,000 flights, 20 million passengers and 33,000 tons of freight for 2104.

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