Vibe Hotels and Sydney FC working together for the 2010/2011 season
Vibe Hotels scored a game winning goal this week, securing a preferred sponsorship agreement with A-League Champions Sydney FC for the 2010/2011 soccer season.
Sydney FC players, management and visiting teams will all now have vibe-rant accommodation experiences when travelling. As part of the agreement, Vibe Hotels has been named the exclusive accommodation provider to the team.
Vibe Hotels will use the opportunity to entertain and excite key clients at what can only be described at the world's most popular game.
Rachel Argaman, CEO of Toga Hospitality, said: "We're thrilled to announce our brand new sponsorship of one of the hottest sporting teams in Australia – Sydney FC. All of our clients and guests love the good old fashioned fun and competition of soccer. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial partnership, kicking goals together with the team."
Iggy Jovanovic, GM Commercial Partnerships, Sydney FC said: "We're extremely happy to be associated with the Vibe Hotels brand. They offer a dynamic and entertaining experience, something that we also offer with the way we play football. We have a great synergy and we are excited about our new partnership."
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