Τρίτη, Μάρτιος 09, 2010

Land Rover boosts Royal Windsor Horse Show with extra horsepower in new four year deal

Land Rover has continued its strong commitment to the Royal Windsor
Horse Show (12-16 May 2010) by signing another major sponsorship deal,
which will include the 2013 Show.

Although Land Rover has supported Royal Windsor for many years, the
company's principle sponsorship of the Show began in 2004.

As well as being the title sponsor of four jumping classes, two Showing
Championships and the Land Rover International Driving Grand Prix, the
UK car manufacturer is also the official vehicle supplier for the Show
and provides a fleet of Land Rovers and Range Rovers for the
transportation of show officials, hospitality guests and competitors
throughout the week.

The agreement also covers sponsorship of the Royal Tattoo at Windsor
Castle, which takes place at the same venue, on the evenings of the
Horse Show. This year's Tattoo sees the return of The Royal Navy Field
Gun Race, which Organisers introduced to the Tattoo last year and Land
Rover are proud supporters of this individual element, providing a
prestigious trophy for the two teams to contest.

Simon Brooks-Ward, Event Director, Royal Windsor Horse Show and Royal
Tattoo at Windsor Castle said: "We are delighted to have received the
backing of Land Rover for a further four years. The brand is synonymous
with the equestrian community and its support puts Royal Windsor in a
secure position for the future, in order that we can remain one of the
largest outdoor equestrian shows in the UK."

Anthony Bradbury, Marketing Director of Land Rover UK added: "With a
natural heritage between the Land Rover brand and equestrian
disciplines, Royal Windsor Horse Show is a very special event for us. We
are therefore hugely proud to confirm that we will remain a principle
sponsor, and look forward to showcasing our exciting new range of
vehicles to Royal Windsor visitors."