The Longines FEI European Eventing Championship offers a high profile opportunity

30th Jul 2015

An outstanding opportunity has arisen for sponsorship at the highly anticipated Longines FEI European Eventing Championship 2015 to be held in the iconic setting of Blair Castle 10 – 13 September.

Blair 2015 is looking for another corporate partner to sponsor one of the cross country course fences at this Championship competition which is to be held in the heart of Scotland.

The fence available is one of the key elements on the cross country course which has been designed by Scotland’s own Ian Stark OBE, Olympic medallist.  This highly visible fence will feature strongly on TV with the Host Broadcaster providing live television signal, including to the globally televised, the FEI’s official video website and sophisticated online channel. This will allow the sponsor to benefit from worldwide exposure during the weekend of the Championship.  The sponsor will also benefit from a variety of hospitality and branding options at Blair 2015.

The Longines FEI European Eventing Championship will attract riders from a total of 17   competing nations as well as supporters from around the world.  Blair 2015 will be the first time Britain has held the European Eventing Championship for 10 years, and it is encouraging to see both the home and international support for this very special Scottish occasion.

This exclusive sponsorship opportunity will allow the company involved to play an important role in this Championship.  Blair 2015 is part of UK Sport’s National Lottery backed #EveryRoadtoRio event series featuring over 30 world class sporting events across the length and breadth of the UK.  Thereby supporting British athletes’ preparation and qualification for Rio 2016. The Championship is also supported by EventScotland, which has a longstanding relationship with the team at Blair Castle.

If you are interested in becoming a part of the Longines FEI European Eventing Championship 2015 please call 01796 481 543 to utilise this prospect.