Eisma wants Subic freeport to be known as Southeast Asia’s sports tourism destination
The Subic Bay Freeport is prepared to host some of the sporting events in next year’s Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.
This was the assurance made by Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) Chairperson Wilma T. Eisma to Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) Commissioner Arnold Agustin.
Eisma attended the Southeast Asian Games Federation (SEAGF) Council Meeting at the Shangri La Hotel inside the Bonifacio Global City on Thursday, May 17.
“We want Subic Freeport to be known as the Sports Tourism Destination of Southeast Asia,” she said.
At least nine different sporting events are expected to take place inside the freeport during the 2019 SEA Games to be held in the Philippines.
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