Asante Kotoko SC has successfully extended it’s partnership deal with Hisense Ghana.
Following a fruitful agreement, both parties has extended the deal for a further three years.
Hisense has been the Porcupine Warriors official electronic partners for three seasons, since the beginning of the 2020-2021 league season and has collaborated on various activations.
The renewed agreement comes with an undisclosed amount plus products from the electronic giants.
A statement from Hisense Ghana read;
“Hisense is thrilled to announce the extension of our partnership with Kotoko because we have witnessed the passion, dedication, and hard work displayed by the team.”
The electronic giants lauded the commitment of the club in achieving a common goal.
“Their commitment to excellence both on and off the field aligns perfectly with our brand values. Through this partnership, we have not only seen increased brand visibility but also a strong connection with the Ghana Soccer fan base, which is truly remarkable.
The leading name in electronics wished the club success in our quest to reclaim the Ghana premier league trophy.
“ As we look ahead to this season, our expectations are high. We believe that the Kotoko team, with its talent and determination, will achieve great success on the pitch.”
“We are confident that they will continue to make us proud, and we are excited that we are part of the rich heritage History in Ghana football
Together with Kotoko, Hisense looks forward to an outstanding season filled with memorable moments and shared success.
“We are committed to supporting the team in every possible way and anticipate a season filled with remarkable achievements. Here’s to another season of excellence and memorable history.”
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