Kenyan Premier League (KPL) Limited CEO Jack Oguda has assured Sports merchandise Company Puma a good working relationship after the two companies signed a three-year deal worth Kshs 10M, on Wednesday 17 October, in Nairobi.
According to the CEO, the global sportswear company will gain value of their sponsorship as they will be entitled to advertising rights during the league matches.
-Puma will gain value by the exposure of their brand when the balls are in use.
-They will also get branding privileges and will be entitled to pitch boards, said Oguda.
The Kshs 10M deal will see Puma supply the training and match balls to all sixteen teams in the Tusker Premier League (TPL).
As part of the deal Puma will give each top-tier club ten balls to use before the end of this season and 20 balls each at the beginning of every season.