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Basketball Bundesliga clubs extend with main sponsors

German Basketball Bundesliga clubs Mitteldeutscher BC and Eisbären Bremerhaven have extended sponsorship deals with oil and lubricants manufacturer Puraglobe and BLG Logistics, respectively.

As part of Mitteldeutscher’s deal with Puraglobe, the team will become known as Syntainics MBC. Syntainics is a technology used by Puraglobe.

The new deal will run for five years. A new logo and corporate design will be created for the club as part of the agreement.

Puraglobe has served as the team’s main jersey sponsor since 2015 and will retain a presence on the kit as part of the new deal. It will also receive extensive advertising exposure at the club’s arena and on the team bus.

Meanwhile, Eisbären Bremerhaven has renewed its main sponsorship deal with BLG Logistics. The new deal will run for a further two seasons.

BLG Logistics, which is based in Bremen, will continue to benefit from brand exposure on the chest area of the team’s jerseys. BLG Logistics has been a partner of the club for 15 years.

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