Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur have announced an extended sponsorship deal with international travel and lifestyle brand, TUMI.
Following the successes of the collaboration in Korea in 2022, the brand has been appointed as the official partner of the club’s Asia-Pacific pre-season tour in this partnership announcement from the Premier League team.
For the second consecutive year, TUMI is accompanying the team on their Asia-Pacific tour, visiting Perth, Bangkok and Singapore and commemorating with special activations scheduled from July 23 to 26. A special event at TUMI’s outlet in Singapore’s ION Mall will feature brand ambassadors and Tottenham Hotspur player Son Heung-min, as well as car signing opportunities and free customer photos and Richarli.
Jill Krizelman, senior vice president of global marketing and e-commerce, TUMI, said: “TUMI is delighted to be back again for the Club’s pre-season tour supporting our ambassadors Son Heung-min and Richarlison, along with their teammates. At TUMI, we’re committed to creating high-performance lifestyle products with details designed to perform. We are delighted to equip the Club on their journey, helping them to perform at their best before they even set foot on the pitch.”
Each member of the Tottenham Hotspur squad will receive a unique TUMI bag or luggage to make their pre-season travels more comfortable and functional. The Alpha Bravo Search Backpack, Expandable 19 Degree Polycarbonate Travel Luggage, Alpha 3 International Expandable 4-Wheel Carry-On, and Alpha Brief Organizer are just a few of the TUMI collections that athletes received gear from.
Abigail Marshall-Cox, Tottenham Hotspur, Head of Strategic Partnerships, said: “Following the success of our partnership during last year’s Tour in Korea, we are delighted to once again be working with TUMI to support our players and staff as we travel to three different cities in the Asia-Pacific region this pre-season. Our teams are equipped with the highest quality products to support our travel plans and busy schedule.”