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IPL: TVS Eurogrip is the principal sponsor for Chennai Super Kings

TVS Eurogrip said it has associated with four time IPL winner Chennai Super Kings, owned by The India Cements Ltd, to be its principal sponsor for the next three years

IPL | Indian Premier League

Press Trust of India  |  Chennai 


: Two and three wheeler tyre manufacturer TVS Eurogrip on Tuesday said it has associated with four time winner Chennai Super Kings, owned by The India Cements Ltd, to be its principal sponsor for the next three years.

Chennai Super Kings and TVS Eurogrip would launch a series of initiatives to engage the large fan base of CSK across the country. The partnership for the next three years (2022-2024) would also give TVS Eurogrip the visibility on the front of CSK's yellow jersey, a company statement said.

"TVS Eurogrip is delighted to associate with Chennai Super Kings. The jersey branding and sponsorship will increase awareness and recognition for our Eurogrip brand name and visual identity", TVS Srichakra Ltd, executive-vice president (sales and marketing) P Madhavan said.

"We look forward to co-creating exciting experiences for trade and our customers with this association. We see great synergies between the brands and are confident that this partnership will benefit both CSK and TVS Eurogrip", he added.

On the association with TVS Eurogrip, Chennai Super Kings Cricket Ltd, CEO, K S Viswanathan said, "we are delighted to have TVS Eurogrip as our principal sponsor and we welcome them to the Super Kings' family. It is going to be an exciting phase for us. We believe that this partnership will help us build on the long-lasting relationship with the fans".

Chennai Super Kings beat Kolkata Night Riders in the 2021 final to register their fourth title in October.

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First Published: Tue, November 23 2021. 18:37 IST