DHL Partners With Both Springboks And Lions Ahead Of 2021 Tour: DHL Partners with Both Springboks and Lions Ahead Of 2021 Tour
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During the announcement on Monday, one of the leading logistics industries, DHL express has joined the official global partners' family for the castle larger lions series 2021. The agreement puts together British and Irish Lions and the springbok team as the teams' official logistics partners for the forthcoming tour. The industry will provide the logistical expertise and support during the castle lager lion series, which encompasses eight matches across six cities.
In this new partnership, DHL will play a crucial role in backing both teams on and off the pitch, providing delivery services in the venues. At the same time, their logo will appear on the backs of the lions, springbok, and the invitational team's jerseys.
According to the CEO of SA Rugby Jurie Roux, DHL is a well-known brand for its logistical services. The partnership is the beginning of the betterment of service delivery. DHL is a great supporter of rugby in South Africa, and the partnership marks provide a bid to defend their turf against the lions.
DHL will also be supporting both teams and delivering them closer to their merchandise and match tickets. That is good news for rugby sports lovers. They can bet online and place their wager on their favorite teams, either springbok or the lions. DHL will be the ones responsible for delivering the ball onto the field for the start of every tour through its match delivery mascots, alongside pitch, stadia, and kit branding rights.
DHL express CEO John Pearson said that rugby represents diverse values, including passion, teamwork, speed, and respect, core qualities that relate very well with DHL brand values' values.
The CEO is delighted with the continuing partnership with the British and Irish Lions tour next year, and they are happy to be adding springbok as a partner, building on global ties with rugby. The partnership with springbok seals DHL's commitment to rugby and keeping the world connected. The main DHL goal is to engage teams and fans of both lions and springboks before and throughout the tour.
According to the comments made by the British and Irish managing director, Ben Cleverly, DHL has been an integral part since 2005, and they are delighted that they will receive support from them again. DHL plays a vital role in ensuring the safe delivery of kits and pieces of equipment to give the squad the best possible chance of victory. The main aim is to continue to work together on the plans for the next year's tour.
According to Mike Parra, the CEO of Americas global and head of sponsorship at DHL express, both springbok and lion are iconic teams. They are looking forward to working with them leading up and during the tour.
The partner reinforces the common values of both values authentically. Appearing on the back of each team's jersey and providing the logistic services indicate that DHL is behind the team fully both on the pitch and off the pitch.
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