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Thursday, May 15, 2014

STAR ANNOUNCES JAY JAY OKOCHA AND KANU NWANKWO AS AMBASSADORS

TOSYN BUCKNOR
TOSIN AJIBADE
TONI KAN
Nigerian Breweries, makers of Star and other leading brands have upped the ante with the introduction of an innovative sports platform, Star Football, a social project established to celebrate Nigerian football fans.

The premium lager brand also announced two Nigerian football icons, Jay Jay Okocha and Kanu Nwankwo as ambassadors.

Driven by a passion for football, Star will help millions of fans experience the game in an exciting, innovative way, with the mantra #ShineOnNigeria as the driving spirit.

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The new platform will allow football lovers share information, have access to live local and international matches, enjoy breaking news with football stars and so much more.

Marketing Director Walter Drenth says, ‘Football is such an important part of our lives and also a source of national pride, which is why Star launched the #ShineOnNigeria project to compel our team to victory in competitive football games.

‘Football is my life and I couldn’t have gotten here without encouragement and support from the fans. It is an honour to associate with a notable brand like Star to reward our fans’ says JayJay.

‘We commend Star for recognizing the important role that fans play in supporting their team and look forward to working with Star to reward fans,’ adds Kanu.

To further demonstrate her support to the fans, Star is rolling out a nationwide cheer anthem competition where fans can send their celebratory messages to the national team.

Star Football was announced today May 12 2014, at a glamorous event, which took place at BeerHugz Café Ikeja.
TOSYN BUCKNOR & TONI KAN

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1 comment:

Fan said...

TONI KAN & FRIEND?

Ha! Ha!! How dare they? Aloba don't they know who you are?

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