Koyuncu Group Supports The Athletes On 55th Anniversary

Koyuncu Group, continuously improving its corporate social responsibility awareness, supports for physically disabled athletes. Paraathletics high jump athlete Abdullah Ilgaz, for whom he has been sponsoring for 3 years, will represent our country in Tokyo Olympics, Paraathletics European Championship and Konya Islamic Solidarity Games.

Merve Turgut: "Social Responsibility is Our Major Principle"

Stating that they celebrate the 55th anniversary of Koyuncu Group this year, Koyuncu Group Corporate Management President Merve Turgut said that they always prioritize the principle of social responsibility. Expressing that they have developed projects in many areas from sports to education, Merve Turgut continued as follows: “Well-established companies are known for their social responsibility activities as well as their economic activities all over the world. We are trying to do our best for the development of our country and our people, especially the locations in which we have been operating for 55 years. In this context, we sponsored Abdullah Ilgaz, who represents our country in the high jump branch within the body of the Turkish Physically Disabled Sports Federation. Abdullah is a very hardworking and determined athlete. We always believed that he would be successful. We are sure that it will participate in three important championships in our 55th year and will make our country proud. We wish him success and luck with all our hearts. "

Abdullah Ilgaz: "I will Successfully Represent Our Country"

After he graduated from Selcuk University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Coaching Department last year, Abdullah Ilgaz stated that they have been working with coach Abdullah Sarı in the high jump branch for 2 years and they have reached a good level. Saying that they have reached this level of success for the first time on behalf of our country in the paraathletics high jump branch, Abdullah Ilgaz concluded: “After meeting our coach Abdullah Sarı, I turned to the high jump branch. I reached the 1.90 cm level, which is the Turkish record today, from the 1.65 cm jump levels. I will do my best to represent our country at the European Championship in June, the Tokyo Olympic Games in July and the Islamic Solidarity Games to be held in Konya in September. I would like to thank my coach Abdullah Sarı and Koyuncu Group for their support for 2 years. I also would like all companies to contribute more to sports. "