Goldberg unveils renovated cultural centre in Ibadan

In a bid to continue its effort to delivering quality enjoyment to its consumers, Goldberg lager has completed the renovation of The Cultural Centre at Mokola, Ibadan.

At the unveiling of the recreational centre, The Regional Business Manager, Nigerian breweries, Joseph Bodurin, stated: “It is my pleasure to declare the cultural centre open, for the enjoyment of the public. This one time dilapidated monument has received a complete facelift.

“We invite families and friends to come and experience the newly commissioned recreational centre, which now has ultra-modern relaxation facilities for the enjoyment of everyone in Ibadan”, the manager added while delivering his keynote address.”

Also speaking at the event, National Trade Marketing Manager, Nigerian Breweries Plc, Funso Ayeni, expressed his gratitude to the people of Oyo State for their support over the years, saying that Goldberg will continue to deliver more enjoyment to residents and visitors of the state.

The newly renovated ultra-modern recreational facility at Ori-oke, now has a whole new look and facilities which include cluster market, standard car park, a new central gate, stencil branding/permanent visibility and many more. It now offers unique experience with a destination for relaxation, fun and excitement.

Goldberg is a brand that celebrates and associates with not just the cultural beliefs of the people, but also believes in keeping values and traditions alive and fresh as a way to shape the future. This is why the brand embarked on the makeover of the popular facility.

Goldberg Lager, Nigeria’s leading mainstream lager brand renowned for initiatives which highlight the beauty of tradition and culture. With a wide array of exciting activities that brilliantly connects with its ever-loyal consumers, Goldberg continues to remain one of the most authentic brands in the beer industry.

The Cultural Centre, Ibadan, is an imposing and sprawling edifice that would catch the eye of anyone who passes along Mokola hill location. Designed by revered architect, Professor Demas Nwoko and built in 1977 on a sprawling site on one of the seven hills that make up Ibadan land.


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