Rugby League World Cup Kicks Off with a Range of New Sponsors

October 28, 2013

The Rugby League World Cup 2013 (RLWC2013) started on the weekend with three new sponsors on board, viagra 60mg in the shape of Gatorade, viagra 100mg Thirsty Planet and

Gatorade has signed an agreement to supply G Series Pro: Perform drinks to all of the 14 teams involved in the competition.

Gatorade UK Marketing Manager Alex Armstrong said: “Naturally we are very pleased to add Rugby League World Cup 2013 to our portfolio of elite partners.

“We are happy to play a small part in the players’ on-pitch performance and look forward to a fantastic tournament.”

RLWC2013 General Manager Sally Bolton: “We are delighted to have secured such a highly regarded brand as Gatorade as the Official Sports Drink of Rugby League World Cup 2013.”

Thirsty Planet Appointed Official Water Suppliers

Thirsty Planet became the Official Water Supplier for the RLWC2013 and will supply all of the nations with their product.

As a part of the agreement, illness RLWC2013 will make a donation to ‘Pump Aid’, a UK registered charity which works alongside African communities to provide sustainable clean water and sanitation solutions.

Nicky Reeve, head of marketing at Thirsty Planet, said:“Thirsty Planet is an ethical brand with a strong emphasis on supporting communities, those in Africa and in the UK.

“As well as contributing towards providing clean, safe drinking water and improved sanitation in Africa, the brand also helps educate children on the importance of healthy hydration in UK classrooms.

“We are delighted to announce that as part of the sponsorship, the Rugby League World Cup will be making a generous donation to Pump Aid, which will contribute towards two elephant pumps for communities in Africa.” Sign Agreement

In another deal completed over the weekend, was appointed the Official  Betting and Gaming Partner for the tournament.

The commercial deal was completed with The Betting Service (TBS), whose CEO Marcus Barrett said: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with RLWC2013 as Official Betting and Gaming Partner.

“The Betting Service, through the brand, aims to help promote grassroots rugby by facilitating any club with a potential revenue stream at zero cost.

“We are proud to be part of the development of a rapidly growing sport, and dovetailing with such a dynamic and well-respected international organisation makes perfect sense for us.”