Hanwha joins hands with Spider…Uniform Sponsor contract for the first time in 10 years
The Spider logo will be engraved on the uniform of the Hanwha Eagles in the 2024 season.
The Hanwha Eagles’ uniform sponsor contract is the first in 10 years since 2015.
Hanwha Eagles and Spider held a “2024 Official Supplies Sponsorship Ceremony” at Hanwha Galleria Time World in Daejeon on the afternoon of the 18th. Park Chan-hyuk, CEO of Hanwha Eagles, and Kim Ji-hwan, CEO of Spider, attended the meeting.
Spider is a premium sports brand aimed at both high-function training wear, luxury sports wear, and lifestyle wear, and is leading fashion trends in the sports industry by combining ergonomic design with sensuous design.
Under this contract, Hanwha Eagles aims to improve the performance of its players through essential clothing such as uniforms with excellent functionality of Spider.
Fader will collaborate in fashion and clothing fields to open various products at Spider stores in Hanwha Life Eagles Park and offline stores in Daejeon and Chungcheong provinces, as well as launch Spider Hanwha Eagles online mall.
In addition, Hanwha Eagles and Spider plan to create marketing synergy through active consultations.
In addition to this uniform sponsorship contract, Hanwha Eagles plans to make efforts to establish a virtuous cycle of the sports industry by linking it to reinvestment through sales improvement through various businesses this season.
In fact, Hanwha Eagles is increasing its self-sustaining power by recording the highest sales ever in entry income, commercialization business, food and beverage business, and digital marketing monetization last year. 랭크카지노도메인
Hanwha Eagles’ goal is to reinvest profits from sales in power composition, infrastructure expansion, and fan service reinforcement so that professional baseball clubs can be positioned as stable companies.
“This uniform sponsor contract is also part of the team’s self-sustainability policy, and we will take the lead in changing the structure of the sports industry through partnerships with companies in various fields,” a Hanwha Eagles official said. “We will invest the profits obtained from improving the team’s sales in strengthening power and expanding infrastructure to establish a virtuous cycle in the sports industry that leads to improved performance and fandom.”