Maba Suitez – built to fulfil two objectives

Sealed deal: MABA president Datuk Seri Lee Tian Hock (third from left) shaking hands with Exsim manging director Lim Aik Hoe (third from right) during the MABA and Exsim signing ceremony. Looking on is MABA deputy president Datuk Ooi Khoon Yeong (second from left). — AZMAN GHANI/The Star

PETALING JAYA: Achieving two goals with a single action is what the birth of Maba Suitez at the KL City Centre is all about.

It not only serves as the new base for the Malaysia Basketball Association (Maba) but it also holds the promise of generating substantial income for the association’s future activities and operations.

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