Oberá sports entities received Deporbono 6

Through the coordinated effort between the Ministry of Sports and the municipalities of the province, sports entities continue to receive Deporbono 6. On this occasion, it was federations, associations and clubs from Oberá who received the benefit, a total of 21 institutions.

During a new delivery, led by Sports Minister Javier Corti and Mayor Pablo Hassan, the city clubs that received the bonuses were Olimpia, Unión, Racing de Villa Svea, Sports Center of the German Community (German Club), AEMO , Independiente Tenis Club, Atlético Oberá, Aero Club Oberá, Automóvil Club Oberá, Chess Club Oberá, Oberá Tennis Club, University and Alumni 185.

At the same time, the Misionera Table Tennis Federation, the Misionera Soccer Federation, the associations Interprofessional Amateur Soccer League (LIFA), Community for the Future of Youth (Community Judo), San Antonio Soccer School, Obereña Regional League of Soccer and the Group 4×4 Downtown Zone.



The meeting took place this Wednesday afternoon at the Ian Barney II Stadium and was also attended by Deputy Omar Olsson, the Municipal Sports Director, Marcela Recalde, the President of the Deliberative Council Santiago Marrodán, and the Undersecretary for Training and Development Deportivo of the Ministry of Sports, Marcelo Caso, among other authorities.

A benefit that reaches clubs throughout the province
In a similar way, in recent days sports bonuses were delivered to clubs in Apóstoles, San Vicente, El Soberbio, Jardín América and Puerto Leoni. The requirement is simple, be up to date with the papers and be registered in the RUED, ​​Single Registry of Sports Entities.

In this sense, Minister Corti expressed in CLEAR ACCOUNTS his satisfaction for continuing with this program that means an economic injection to sports institutions. “It is a program launched by the province, very successful in these times, which allows the community to collaborate with all the clubs,” Corti said. He added that it is part of the objective, “to put the clubs in conditions and this program comes to meet their needs.”

200 and 300 bonds were delivered, which are sold at 1000 pesos each. “In other words, each club has 200,000 pesos left and some 300,000, an important help. This has to call the attention of other clubs that also need it and the Ministry of Sports is going to get closer to them, so that everyone has this benefit”.

Corti affirmed that each year more and more clubs are added. “We already have close to 300 registered clubs,” he said.


They depose 6
As in previous editions, Deporbono 6 arises from a joint effort between Misiones Government institutions such as the IPLyC SE, the Ministry of Sports and the sports entities of the province. They receive clubs, federations and associations that are registered in the Unique Register of Sports Entities (RUED).

In this edition, 100,000 bonds that are marketed at 1000 pesos are distributed. The entities receive the bonds, sell them and all the proceeds remain in their possession, without any consideration. In this sense, it can be highlighted that the same modality is implemented as in previous editions, which generated good results.

For the current edition, the draw date will be September 10, 2023 and the prizes will be: 1st – Toyota Corolla Cross XEI HV 1.8 ECVT; 2nd – Trip to Cancun for 2 people with 7 nights / Hotel All Inclusive; 3rd – Electric Skateboard 250w; 4th – Purchase order for 250,000 pesos in sportswear; 5th – Mountain Bike bicycle shot 29.

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