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Tottenham adds Molton Brown to Stadium Supplier group

English Premier League football club Tottenham Hotspur has entered into a supplier partnership with personal care brand Molton Brown.

The agreement names Molton Brown as the club’s Official Supplier of Toiletries.

Molton Brown will provide products to Tottenham’s training centre, head offices and premium spaces at the club’s new stadium, which it hopes to open before the end of the 2018-19 season.

Mark Hermann, vice president sales and operations at Molton Brown Global, said: “Our carefully chosen collections will feature throughout the club’s world-class facilities, giving people the opportunity to experience our fragranced luxuries during the week and on those all-important match days.”

Molton Brown joins 15 other brands that are recognised as ‘Stadium Suppliers’ by the club. These include HP, the Official Hardware Supplier; LG, the Official Digital Signage Supplier of the New Stadium; and Daktronics, the Official Stadium Big Screen Supplier.

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