Manchester City has extended its partnership with QN Europe, the direct selling company headquartered in Germany, which will take the relationship to ten years. The long-standing partnership will see QN Europe continue as Official Direct Selling Partner for City’s men’s teams.
Throughout the next phase of this partnership QN Europe will continue to further build its brand with its distributor network in the European market and will support the company’s marketing efforts throughout the region, as well as engaging with consumers and distributors through this relationship with City.
Senior vice president of partnerships for City Football Group, Damian Willoughby, commented, “We are delighted to announce that QN Europe said has become the latest partner to extend its relationship with Manchester City in a new long-term deal that will see us celebrate ten years of working together. We are excited to embark on another chapter together.”
Jerome Hoerth, General Manager of QN Europe said: “This is a valued partnership for both QN Europe and Manchester City because performance is core to both the brands. We are both driven to succeed through hard work, passion and dedication. Through this partnership, QN Europe customers and distributers will have access to a series of Manchester City money-can’t-buy experiences. We hope to continue working together and finding new innovative ways to engage with and reach out to our fans.”
About Manchester City Football Club
Manchester City FC is an English Premier League club initially founded in 1880 as St Mark’s West Gorton. It officially became Manchester City FC in 1894 and has since then gone onto win the European Cup Winners’ Cup, six League Championship titles, including four Premier League titles (2012, 2014, 2018, 2019), and six FA Cups. Manchester City FC is one of seven clubs comprising the City Football Group and counts New York City FC and Melbourne City FC among its sister clubs.
Under manager Pep Guardiola, one of the most highly decorated managers in world football, the Club plays its domestic and UEFA Champions League home fixtures at the Etihad Stadium, a spectacular 55,000 seat arena that City have called home since 2003. Today, the Stadium sits on the wider Etihad Campus, which also encompasses the City Football Academy, a state-of-the-art performance training and youth development facility located in the heart of East Manchester. Featuring a 7,000 capacity Academy Stadium, the City Football Academy is also where Manchester City Women’s Football Club and the Elite Development Squad train on a daily basis and play their competitive home games.
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