The Commissioner of ISPS, Manuel T. Ferrero III, was in Honduras to visit one of the future sports complexes that will host upcoming slow pitch championships. He met with the President of ISPS La Ceiba, Mr. Edwin Matute, and the National Director of ISPS Honduras, Mr. Juan Carlos Andino. They all seemed happy and proud of the new complex.
"This is a great day for slow pitch in Central America and for ISPS Honduras," said Commissioner Ferrero. "We're excited to be able to bring our championships to Honduras."
"It's an honor to have you here," said President Matute. "Andino and I have been working hard to make sure that this complex meets the standards of international competitions."
"It looks like you've done a great job," said the Commissioner. "I'm sure the athletes who come here will be very happy."
Andino and Matute both expressed their excitement at the prospect of hosting ISPS championships in Honduras. They believe that it will be a great opportunity to showcase the country's facilities and to attract more athletes.
"Honduras has so much to offer," said Andino. "We're excited to show the world what we can do."
"I think this is just the beginning," said Matute. "I think we can expect great things from ISPS Honduras in the future."
The Commissioner ended his visit by attending the National Championships in San Pedro Sula with National Director Juan Carlos Andino. They discussed the possibility of holding future ISPS events in the country. The National Director was very receptive to the idea and promised to do everything he could to make it happen.
"I think this is a great opportunity for our country," said Director Andino. "ISPS is a world-renowned organization and we're honored to be considered as a potential host for more championships."
The Commissioner thanked the Director for his time and expressed his hope that Honduras would be able to host more ISPS events in the near future.
"I think this is a great country with a lot to offer," said Commissioner Ferrero. "I'm looking forward to seeing what we can do."