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3 October 2012

Inspiring you to reach your goals

Kumon is proud to be an Official Supporter of the AFF Suzuki Cup 2012.

This year, the event will be co-hosted by Malaysia and Thailand and will take place from 24 November to 22 December 2012.

This biennial football competition organized by the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF), is contested by Southeast Asia’s national football teams; namely Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Timor Leste, Thailand, Singapore and Vietnam.

As an Official Supporter, Kumon will be joining other prestigious brands including Nike, Epson, Emirates, Samsung, Toshiba and Nikon, just to name a few, as a key supporter in this regional sporting event.

In 2010, the AFF Suzuki Cup was watched by a record 192 million viewers in key ASEAN markets who tuned in to witness the vibrant tournament.

As the AFF Suzuki Cup continues to grow in popularity, we look forward to inspiring our students and children across Southeast Asia, to continue striving to reach their personal goals and dreams.

To find out more about this event, please visit: www.affsuzukicup.com.

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