Hearts signs partnership with Kengee Water for 3 years
Ghana Premier League Champions, Accra Hearts of Oak has entered into a partnership agreement with a water producing company, Kengee Water Ghana Limited for the supply of water for the club for the next three years, worth 255,000 cedis a year.
The Water Company made the announcement on their Twitter handle and breaks down the benefits of the deal.
According to the company, they will supply water to Hearts of Oak worth 255,000 cedis for a year and co-branded water for the market.
The company produced Alkaline water with a lot health benefits and their commitment to fully meet the club’s water needs play a major role in their decision to partner with Hearts.
This is the official drinking water for the club, and all the supporters are encouraged to patronize it to help grow the relationship.
“We have reached a GHS255,000 partnership agreement with @HeartsOfOakGH
The management of Kangen Water Ghana Limited is delighted to announce that the company has signed a three-year Commercial Partnership Agreement with @HeartsOfOakGH”
Source: africaneditors.com/Raymond Karvi
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