Goel TMT, which is a Chattisgarh based fully integrated steel venture will be associate sponsors of Rajasthan Royals in the forthcoming season of the Indian Premier League.
According to a press release, the Goel TMT logo will highlight on the non-leading side of the Rajasthan Royals’ official matchday trousers as part of the agreement.
The brand will offer their continued support to the sport and will be the strength both on and off the field, re-venturing in the IPL space with the Rajasyhan Royals team last year.
Both the brands have collaborated and developed great bond from the synergies they together share. Like:
- Uncompromising on quality, whether it’s about products or on-field;
- Continuously getting new technology for marketing or to get to adapt and improve match results
- Expressing its commitment to the people and the fans
- Being dependent on the respective operation areas
“The Rajasthan Royals team has extreme dedication to add superior value for all its partners. As such, we are happy to have coma joining in us as a partner willing to expand together,” stated Rajasthan Royals CEO Jake Lush McCrum. Goel TMT has been a great partner and supporter of ours, and both businesses are looking forward to a successful season.”
“We are quite thrilled with our continued partnership with Rajasthan Royals,” Sandeep Goel, Director, Shri Bajrang Power & Ispat Ltd, said. We’ve always believed in building long-term relationships with individuals we work with as a company. Whether it’s our dealers or the franchise with whom we are affiliate partners.”
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Rajasthan Royals (RR) is an Indian Premier League (IPL) team with headquarters in Jaipur. RR was one of the initial teams when IPL started in 2008. Manoj Badale and other investors currently own RR.
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