Suzuki Gixxer title sponsors for FC Pune City

Suzuki Gixxer title sponsors for FC Pune City

Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited and FC Pune City have inked a title sponsorship deal for the Hero Indian Super League Season 4.

The Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer Suzuki Motor Corporation subsidiary SMIPL has been announced the official sponsor of FC Pune City – the Rajesh Wadhawan Group and Arjun Kapoor co-owned Indian Super League club for the upcoming fourth season.

The team will have Suzuki Gixxer brand logo up on the front of the match and practice jerseys.

“Sporty youth is the word that binds both Suzuki Gixxer and our club. Both our team and Suzuki Gixxer believe in providing a stable, sporty and an attractive experience, therefore there is enough synergy between both the brands here to come together. I welcome Suzuki Gixxer to the FC Pune City family,” FC Pune City CEO Gaurav Modwel said on the new partnership.

Speaking about the association, Mr. Sajeev Rajasekharan, Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. said, “We are excited to partner FC Pune City for the upcoming season of Indian Super League. As a brand, Suzuki embodies excitement, sportiness and the spirit of youthfulness. Not only does our successful and popular Gixxer portfolio exudes these attributes perfectly, but also shares this salience with FC Pune City. We strongly believe in the potential of youth and hence the association fits perfectly for us. We are looking forward to an exciting-partnership, and wish FC Pune City a lot of success.”

Under this association, the Pune FC jerseys will have the Suzuki Gixxer logo up on the front of the playing and practice kit jerseys as the lead sponsor. Suzuki Motorcycles India has a formidable presence in the premium motorcycles segment, especially with its Gixxer portfolio; and would be leveraging this opportunity to strengthen the strong-connect it enjoys with youth, as well as existing and potential customers through multiple engagement activities during this 5-month long tournament.