Volunteers Project Ajuri assist visitors in games in the Amazon Arena

The next performance of the volunteers will be the game of the Olympic Football Tournament which takes place this Tuesday in Manaus.
09/08/2016 08h31 - Updated 9/08/2016 08h31
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Volunteers Ajuri design work for the second time in the vicinity of the Amazon Arena, not Sunday (7), in order to help Brazilian and foreign visitors who come to watch the game in Manaus. Upcoming volunteers will be on Monday (8), no Live Site, and on Tuesday (9), Arena, where will take place the next Olympic Tournament games Soccer.

According to the extraordinary Secretary of State designated to the presidency of the Economic Development Agency and Social Amazonense (Aades), Ana Paula Aguiar, the enthusiasm of volunteers to welcome the fans is very important. "Answer our gay fans is fundamental key to make everyone feel welcomed in the best way", highlighted.

Before starting the work, the volunteers had the opportunity to get a massage done by the students of the Massoterapia Fametro, and perform an eye exam for free and were raffled some gifts to the liveliest subjects from the first day of action.

The fan Everaldo Rocha, 34, felt welcomed by volunteers throughout the performance "They received me very well, all are to be congratulated, beyond good guidance, everyone was very excited, the people of Manaus is a very cheerful people ", said the fan.

For voluntary Samira Barroso, 22, act as a volunteer is pleasurable, because in addition to making new friends is a unique experience, "I am very happy to be part of this wonderful team, working as a volunteer is rewarding as anything else ", said Samira.

During operation, volunteers danced the famous Flash Mob, choreography in rhythm ox-bumbá in order to receive with fraternization spirit visitors with the song "Manaus in the Olympics", produced by Marcia Siqueira singer and choreographed by dance teacher, junior Zouker.

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