Japanese tyre and rubber company Bridgestone paid a “significant additional investment” to its Worldwide Olympic Partner deal to become the first Founding Partner of the Olympic Channel, the new year-round, over-the-top digital channel, launched on August 21.
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Kinesiology tape market leader KT Tape is looking to use the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio as a platform to sustain its dominance of the US market, Greg Venner, Chief Executive of KT Tape, told Sports Sponsorship Insider.
The domestic sales programme for the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games is once again gaining traction after signing four second-tier deals in the past three months.
German discount supermarket chain Aldi has signed a four-year deal with British Olympic Association (BOA) for the Official Supermarket rights to the British Olympic team, covering the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio and the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang.
Sports Sponsorship Insider understands that Japanese carmaker Toyota will pay an astonishing figure for the International Olympic Committee’s TOP Partner rights in the new ‘mobility’ sector category, for eight years from 2017 to 2024.
US-based airline United’s title sponsorship deal for the New York Half Marathon is part of a strategy centred on transport hubs, Mark Krolick, managing director of marketing and product development for United, told Sports Sponsorship Insider.
Dow Chemical Company’s sustainability partnership with the Rio 2016 Organising Committee will cost the brand nothing extra in rights, but could earn it major financial rewards in the lead up to and after the Olympic Games.