Organized annually by the Sri Lanka Military Academy (SLMA) and Sri Lanka Association of Racing Drivers and Riders (SLARDAR), the misty hills in Diyatalawa reverberated with the roar of engines as it welcomed over 200 racing and riding experts including competitors from overseas, drawing tens and thousands of motor sport enthusiasts and holiday makers who witnessed its thrills and excitement.
Fashion Bug Director Shabier Subian said ‘‘we are indeed very delighted to be associated both as a principal sponsor and the exclusive apparel partner with a gala sports show of such nature.’’
Subian went on to credit its long relationship with SLMA since Fashion Bug’s inception in 1994 at the heart of Bandarawela, a close proximity to Diyatalawa, just one year after Fox Hill Supercross was initiated. ‘‘We look forward to further strengthen our relationship and bring our brand of changing lifestyles to rurals and towns at a time where regional development plays a major role in enhancing Sri Lanka’s economy outlook.’’
Since its inception during 1993, Fox Hill is now in its 22nd successive year and has earned a reputation for being the showpiece of Motorcross in Sri Lanka with the mega event not only being an attraction to the locals, but increasingly the tourists traveling to the island. The racing track which runs two kilometers long, was designed by Hans Ralf Karpensky of SLARDAR with further improvement with SLMA’s assistance.
Commandant of SLMA and Chairman of Fox Hill Supercross 2014, Brig IP Ranasinghe happily said that the event experienced two thrilling days of memorable stunts and moments. Representing the SLARDAR was Yoga Perera, the motor sports racing association’
Samadhi Abeysinghe, Marketing Manager, Fashion Bug said ‘‘we’re proud to have sponsored the thrills and spills of the country’s biggest and long-standing motor sports event. With CSR activities being no stranger to us, the Fox Hill Supercross 2014 goes beyond to exhibit our brand passion of changing lifestyles.’’
Fashion Bug commenced its operations since 1994 as a partnership business with 4 partners and a staff population of just 15, and today it possesses over 17 stores throughout the country with a workforce of over 1200 employees, and stands among the leading clothing stores in Sri Lanka catering with the fashion motto of 'Changing life Styles’.