LG Electronics has announced a Vodacom Super Rugby device partnership with Vodacom for 2016.
The Super Rugby device partnership between LG and Vodacom is aimed at clearly positioning that LG is available from Vodacom and ultimately endorsed by Vodacom as their device partner for the Vodacom Super Rugby 2016 season.
“We wish to maintain our hard earned reputation for bringing added value to the lives of consumers and the partnership between LG and Vodacom is an opportunity for us to successfully engage with our consumers and educate them on our mobile communication device offering,” explains Deon Prinsloo, GM for LG Mobile South Africa.
LG Electronics has proven time and again that enterprising a spirit that embraces change, innovation and social development is the backbone of its success. While the partnership with Vodacom seems to be an easier approach in creating brand and product awareness, the company has taken it one step further and continues to contribute towards sport in South Africa.
An overall of 520 LG devices will be given to Vodacom for the ultimate experience of this years’ Vodacom Super Rugby.
LG is the device of choice for Vodacom for various Vodacom Super Rugby competitions, the highlight being the Tour to the Super Rugby Final. Purchase, signup or upgrade to an LG device with Vodacom and stand a chance to go on Tour to the Final wherever it is played around the World.
Other opportunities in this partnership includes an LG device to be given away every week in the VodacomRugga Megapool which has an estimate of 200 000 participants. The same will be done for Vodacom Bulls Megapool with an estimate of 50 000 participants.
LG Electronics is excited about its involvement in Vodacom Super Rugby 2016. The company will be rewarding the best player performance for each match with a device as the prize for the “Vodacom Man of the Match”.
There is more to come and look forward to with this partnership between LG Electronics and Vodacom. For more information on this great partnership, don’t miss out on this years’ Vodacom Super Rugby.