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Red Bull Gives Rs Wings!

Red Bull Gives Rs Wings!

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QPR have today announced a one-year sponsorship deal with Red Bull. The deal is for an undisclosed amount but expected to net Rangers a five-figure sum.

The deal is also expected to involve Red Bull working on several community-based projects within the West London boroughs.

They will also avail themselves of the deluxe hospitality on offer by the Club on match days!

Nigel Trood, Red Bull's Managing Director, told QPR.co.uk that they were delighted to have joined in partnership with QPR. 'We are excited about developing our own brand in conjunction with the community team at Loftus Road,' he told the website.

'Red Bull is a premium brand and the five-star experience at QPR is a perfect fit for the avenues we are attempting to explore going forward,' he added.

'I wait with anticipation for the new season, where we can entertain our customers in the first class hospitality facilities at Loftus Road.'

I am wondering whether we will all be entitled to free Red Bulls - to perk us up after a miserable performance! And, of course, will the team be given Red Bull before kick-off and at half-time, instead of Lucozade - that should give us the boost we need to win promotion next year!!

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Writer:sandydl
Date:Monday May 11 2009
Time: 12:50PM

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Well done Flavio, ensuring the financial security of this club for years to come.
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12/05/2009 07:37:00
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