Nescau signs on to sponsor Brazil 2014

Nescau has become the latest sponsor of the next Fifa World Cup, signing a deal to become a national supported of Brazil 2014.

18 April 2011 Michael Long
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Nescau has become the latest sponsor of the next Fifa World Cup, signing a deal to become a national supported of Brazil 2014.
 
The company is the fourth Brazil-based firm to sign up for the event, following Fifa World Cup Sponsors Marfrig and Oi and fellow national supporter Banco Itaú.
 
Nescau, a manufacturer of pre-packaged chocolate bars and ice creams, will receive extensive local marketing rights within Brazil for the 2014 Fifa World Cup and the Fifa Confederations Cup 2013, as well as exclusivity within their product category.
 
"Our sponsorship of the 2014 Fifa World Cup gives us the opportunity to get even closer to our fans and consumers," said Ivan Zurita, president of Nestlé Brazil, Nescau's parent company. "We are extremely proud to be supporting the biggest event in world football."
 
Fifa's marketing director, Thierry Weil, added: "We are delighted to welcome Nescau as the latest member of Fifa's sponsor family. The fact that so many Brazilian brands are committing to the event is great news for us and highlights the appeal of the event within the host nation. We’re looking forward to working with Nescau to ensure that both parties drive as much value as possible from this deal."
 
Nescau's pre-packaged chocolate bars and ice-creams will be available to fans at all stadiums during the FIFA Confederations Cup 2013 and the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

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