Kyocera has held the traditional delivery of customised printers, presenting the machines to the new additions to the first team of Club Atlético de Madrid. The event was attended by the president Enrique Cerezo, and the CEO of the Japanese company in Spain, Oscar Sanchez, as well as David Villa, Insua, Leo Baptistão, Óliver Torres, Bounou, Giménez, Guilavogui, Aranzubia, Manquillo and Toby Alderweireld.
The event took place after Club Atletico Madrid and Kyocera extended the co-sponsorship agreement linking the two entities for another year. A safe bet on the quality and reliability of the devices of the printing solutions company in a deal which dates back to the 2006/07 season.
Enrique Cerezo said that "the team has grown in confidence, so our goal is to seek confidence off the field, going hand in hand with companies that have are trusted at Atletico Madrid."
"Our partnership with Kyocera has enabled us to associate our brand over time to a company that perfectly combines innovation and modernity, something very close to our way of life and values of our brand" he added.
The Atletico president did not want to miss the opportunity to recognise "the support Kyocera have shown in their sponsorship of Atletico from day one, thanks to which we have no doubt been able to project and internationalise the image of both entities."
During the event, Oscar Sanchez stated that "in eight years sponsoring the Club, our expectations have more than been exceeded. Kyocera is already part of all our fans and fans of this sport."
"We believe we have done our bit for the team to reach the successes it has achieved so far and wish to continue contributing to more success," he concluded.
The players were especially excited to see their names and shirt umbers on the customised printers in the colours of Atletico. Shortly, Kyocera will distribute this same printer model in various official stores of Atletico Madrid for all Atletico fans to enjoy a custom printer to their liking.