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Sassuolo Calcio renews tailoring deal with Messori Uomo

Italian Serie A club Sassuolo Calcio has renewed its Official Supplier partnership with local tailors Messori Uomo.

Based in Sassulo’s home province, Modena, Messori Uomo has extended its partnership with the club for its 11th consecutive year.

As part of the deal, the Modenese brand will continue to provide tailor-made suits for Sassuolo players and coaching staff to wear on matchdays.

Giovanni Carnevali, chief executive of Sassuolo Calcio, said: “To dress Messori means to dress Italian, and to dress with exclusive sartorial quality.

“For us it is a matter of pride to renew the partnership with one of the entrepreneurial talents of our region, and a company that understands the ​​style and innovation that has always distinguished Sassuolo Calcio.”

Messori Uomo was founded in 1976 by Lanfranco and Germana Messori. Its Official Supplier relationship with Sassuolo has helped to consolidate awareness of the brand locally and further afield, driving sales within Italy and in overseas markets.

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