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Instacup backs Minsk’s European Games

Tea and coffee products manufacturer Instacup has agreed a deal to sponsor this year’s edition of the European Games multi-sport event in Minsk, Belarus.

Instacup will serve as the official supplier of tea and coffee at the Games, which will run from June 21-30.

The company will provide drinks for all participants at the Games, as well as volunteers and fans.

Maxim Koshkalda, head of marketing, commercial and advertising for Minsk 2019, said that several more “world-famous” companies are expected to sign on as Games sponsors in the near future.

Minsk 2019 will mark the second edition of the European Games. The inaugural edition was held in Baku, Azerbaijan in 2015.

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